Tag: College Students

January ACF eNEWS: Scholarship portal is now open!

| January 11, 2016
January ACF eNEWS: Scholarship portal is now open!

Are you or someone you know getting ready for college? Learn more about scholarship opportunities for two-year and four-year colleges and universities all over the United States!

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It’s FASFA Season!

| January 11, 2016
It’s FASFA Season!

AzCAN Communications has offered great information and tips on everything you need for this FASFA season!

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Upcoming Webinar- AzMERIT: What Does It Mean for the College Access Community

| August 10, 2015
Upcoming Webinar- AzMERIT: What Does It Mean for the College Access Community

There is an upcoming webinar on AzMERIT: What Does It Mean for the College Access Community? Learn about the impact of AzMERIT on August 20th with Expect More Az!

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CCC&Y Launches Weekly Education e-Newsletter

| April 27, 2015
CCC&Y Launches Weekly Education e-Newsletter

School funding, new standards, teacher accountability and much more ~ Education issues have become even more pressing recently in Coconino County, in Arizona, and throughout the nation. Responding to the critical nature of these issues, the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth (CCC&Y) is taking steps to provide breaking education news to the community. Subscribers […]

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CCC President Dr. Leah Bornstein selected as top candidate for Aims College presidency in Colorado

| April 15, 2015
CCC President Dr. Leah Bornstein selected as top candidate for Aims College presidency in Colorado

April 13, 2015 • Coconino Community College The Chairman of Coconino Community College District Governing Board, Patricia Garcia announced today that the President of the College Dr. Leah L. Bornstein has been selected by the Aims Community College Board of Trustees as the top candidate for President at Aims Community College in Greely, Colorado. Founded […]

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NAU maintains Pledge guaranteed tuition program despite $17.3M state budget cut

| April 13, 2015
NAU maintains Pledge guaranteed tuition program despite $17.3M state budget cut

April 10, 2015 • Northern Arizona University Northern Arizona University’s Pledge program will continue to keep tuition stable for undergraduate students currently on the eight-semester plan, which accounts for 96 percent of Flagstaff undergraduates. “As part of a strategy to maintain a sound financial model in the face of severe state budget cuts, actions are being taken […]

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New AzMERIT statewide assessment rolls out to schools this week

| April 1, 2015
New AzMERIT statewide assessment rolls out to schools this week

March 31, 2015 • By Caitlin Bohrer • Arizona Education News Service As Arizona students begin to take AzMERIT for the first time, teachers and administrators describe how they’ve prepared for the new assessment and parents and students voice their concerns. Beginning this week, students throughout Arizona will take AzMERIT (Arizona’s Measurement of Educational Readiness […]

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Message from President Leah Bornstein Regarding State Funding for Education

| March 12, 2015
Message from President Leah Bornstein Regarding State Funding for Education

March 11, 2015 • Coconino Community College There is much discussion surrounding the state’s recent budget cuts to education: one hundred million dollars in cuts to our state universities, elimination of all funding for Pima and Maricopa Community Colleges and flat funding for Arizona’s rural colleges which includes CCC. Cuts to JTED programs like CAVIAT […]

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AZ Earn to Learn – Investing in College Success

| March 12, 2015
AZ Earn to Learn – Investing in College Success

March 10, 2015 • Helios Education Foundation Did you know that by 2018, 61 percent of Arizona’s jobs will require some form of postsecondary training?  Yet, currently in Arizona, only 36 percent of working-age adults have completed at least a two-year degree. …Read the full article HERE

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Budget packs wallop for universities, hospitals

| March 8, 2015
Budget packs wallop for universities, hospitals

March 7, 2015 • The Republic • azcentral The loss of more than half a billion dollars in federal matching funds for Medicaid. Deep cuts at Arizona’s three universities. Community colleges in the state’s two largest counties losing all of their state funding. Counties and cities losing tax revenue. The budget state lawmakers approved Saturday […]

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