With President Obama calling for state-based funding to help support the free community college tuition program he has recently proposed, states can be expected to face new scrutiny over declining funding that state higher education systems have e
Since 2011, Phi Theta Kappa has led a nationwide, campus-based effort to increase student success by informing students about the benefits of completing a credential/degree and the consequences of not completing one.
The Phi Theta Kappa chapter at Dabney S Lancaster Community College recently sponsored a mass signing of a pledge for students to promise to complete their associate degrees or certificates before leaving community college for transfer or to enter
Community colleges nationally and in New Jersey have begun a movement to improve completion rates by developing programs to help students finish on time and raising awareness of the benefits of getting their associate degree in a timely manner.
The New Jersey Council of County Colleges’ (NJCCC) Center for Student Success has partnered with the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) for the second consecutive year for New Jersey’s statewide Phi Theta Kappa Community College Completion Ch