Alexandria Technical and Community College is a two-year technical college in Alexandria, Minnesota. It is part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, and receives about 2,100 full-time students yearly. The school offers 50 degree programs, which range from certificates to Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science degrees. An Associate of Arts degree is made available, too. Another interesting fact is that Alexandria Technical and Community College has built a reputation for its high placement rate. Moreover, the campus has a law enforcement program, which only a... See full description.
Arkansas Northeastern College is a US open admission college. It offers the first two years of a traditional college education transferable to a four-year college or university; other opportunities available at the school include job-entry training and occupational preparation programs as well as technical programs. Individuals can also take part in various self-improvement and self-growth programs. Furthermore, there is a College's University Center, which enables students to find baccalaureate and graduate degrees at a wide range of universities. Arkansas Northeastern's ADTEC Solutions... See full description.
Augusta Technical College is a two-year college operating in Augusta, Georgia. Established in 1961, the school has embarked on the mission to promote the educational, economic, and community development of the Central Savannah River Area. The school has made available associate degrees, diplomas, and technical certificates. There are more than 100 programs studied at the institution, some of which are Allied Health and Nursing, Business and Personal Services, Information and Engineering Technology and Industrial Technology. Moreover, Augusta Tech is dedicated to constant development and... See full description.
Baltimore City Community College is a two-year degree-granting college with two main campuses and satellite locations throughout the city of Baltimore. Established in 1947, the school serves the local community by currently offering a great variety of degree and certificate programs combined with affordable rates and extensive outreach opportunities. The programs are structured with the purpose of enabling students to easily find a job or continue their education in a four-year college. The options offered by the college include programs like General Educational Development, English as a... See full description.
Bergen Community College is an accredited two-year community college, serving the needs of Bergen County, New Jersey, USA. It was established in 1965 with the aim of providing affordable, comprehensive higher education in the area. The College operates three sites - in Paramus (main campus), Hackensack and Lyndhurst, which receive over 32,000 students. The institution offers degree, continuing education and adult education programs. Upon graduation, the students either go on to continue their studies in a four-year college, or they find jobs with the skills they have gained. Bergen... See full description.
Central Community College is an educational institution with numerous campus locations, serving a 25-county area in central Nebraska. The central administration of the college is based in Grand Island, while three main campuses are situated in Columbus, Grand Island and Hastings; moreover, there are educational centers in Holdrege, Kearney, and Lexington. Central Community College has made available 33 career and technical education programs with special emphasis on degree, diploma and certificate programs, which only require two years or less to complete. Furthermore, the college... See full description.
Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) is a public two-year technical college, based in Newark, Ohio. The institution was established in 1971 and shares a campus with Ohio State University. It also operates facilities in Pataskala, Knox and Coshocton. The institution provides 50 different associate degree (including majors and minors) and certificate programs, including the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.), Associate of Applied Business (A.A.B.), and Associate of Technical Studies (A.T.S.) degrees. Furthermore, career-oriented educational opportunities are made available in... See full description.
Chemeketa Community College is a 2 year public school in the West Coast of the United States. We offer Intensive English studies and over 120 majors. We serve over 175 International Students coming from over 43 different countries around the world. Chemeketa's education is affordable yet academically rigorous. As an International student at Chemeketa you will receive excellent academic support and preparation while enjoying the beautiful landscape of Oregon.
Some of our popular programs are: Intensive English, Hospitality Management, Business, Engineering, Computer Science, Graphic... See full description.
Cleveland State Community College was established in 1967 under the supervision of Tennessee Board of Regents. Cleveland State Community College caters quality education and a very open environment. Around 3500 credit and 1500 non-credit students enroll in a usual fall semester with no racial consideration. The college resides in the Southeast Tennessee which offers great service and recreational opportunities with a rich educational experience. The college is situated between Exist 25 and 27 on Interstate 75, 30 miles northeast of Chattanooga. The college is accredited by the Commission... See full description.
College of Lake County was established in 1967, residing in the northeastern suburbs of Chicago. CLC has a variety of academic departments including Adult Basic Education (GED & ESL), Biological & Health Sciences, Business, Communication Arts, Humanities & Fine Arts, Engineering Math & Physical Science as well as Social Sciences. Apart from basic studies, CLC also offers specialized programs for students such as transfer programs, career programs, professional development, small business workshops, and personal development.
The College of Southern Idaho (CSI) is a community college founded in 1965, located in Twin Falls, Idaho. CSI offers academic opportunities in arts, science, applied science and technical certifications. There are also transfer programs to other schools in the region (Idaho) such as Boise, Hailey, Burley and Gooding. Around 7000 students studying in CSI can take part in government activities, special interest clubs, athletic teams and fine arts production. CSI is accredited by Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) which is a regional subsidiary authorized by the US... See full description.
The Community College of Vermont was founded in 1970. CCV focuses on student learning and its expertise lies in working with adults. CCV is an open college as the college does not have a main campus with housing facilities. Therefore, the institution operates academic hubs at 12 different locations in Vermont as well as online classes. The students may enroll for a single course or full time study as they please. CVV offers associate degrees, career related certificates and credit & non-credit training programs. The curriculum revolves around liberal arts, business, human resources,... See full description.
Delaware Technical & Community College (DTCC) came into existence in 1966, comprising of 4 campuses. The campuses include Owens campus in Georgetown, Delaware, Stanton Campus in Newark, Terry campus in Dover and Wilmington campus in Wilmington. DTCC offers more than 140 academic programs consisting of 48 degree programs and 61 Certificate opportunities. Delaware Technical has a varsity team known as Roadrunners which has both a baseball and softball team. The baseball team was crowned champions in 2001 at the NJCAA Division II World Series.
East Central College, situated in Union, Missouri, United States was established in 1968 as a community college with five campuses in central Missouri. ECC offers its students to pursue two years of coursework and then move forward to a bachelor’s degree program by transferring to a four year school. More than 20 vocational programs are offered at ECC, including Associate of Applied Science and other certificate options for students willing to enter the workforce immediately. The four transferrable degrees are: The Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Fine Arts and... See full description.
Eastern Arizona College started its operations in 1888 at Graham County, Arizona as a local community college. EAC has other campuses in Gila County and Greenlee County. EAC is governed by the state of Arizona. EAC has nine academic units: Business, Communicative Arts, Fine Arts, Health, Industrial Technology, Liberal Studies, Mathematics, Science and Social Science. EAC offers five different locations for accommodations within the campus which includes the houses: Mark Allen, Wesley Taylor, Nellie Lee and two Residence Towers. EAC is a member of the Higher Learning Commission’s... See full description.
EMCC started its operations in 1966 at Bangor, Maine, United States, as a local community college. The EMCC campus comprises of a gymnasium, residence halls, dining facility, technical resource centre, library and a child care centre which serves the purpose of an instructional lab for children. EMCC also has three campuses in East Millinocket, Dover Focroft and Ellsworth. EMCC offers more than 30 one & two year educational programs specializing in technical, career and transfer education. There are also short term and specialized training and retraining programs related to business,... See full description.
Erie Community College is a two-year community college, and it is part of the 64-campus SUNY system. It is the fourth-largest community college in the state of New York. The institution receives more than thirteen thousand students. The college operates three campuses, which are based in Buffalo, Williamsville, and Orchard Park. ECC has made available over 90 associate degree and certificate programs, non-credit courses and training programs. Furthermore, n March 2011, ECC announced a partnership through which ECC Criminal Justice graduates are able to enroll on a Cazenovia Baccalaureate... See full description.
Gulf Coast Community College opened in 1957 in Panama City, Florida. Right now, the school is proud of having 4 campuses, including the Panama City campus and the other 3 namely: Tyndall Education Center, North Bat Center and Gulf/Franklin Campus. The school offers bachelor’s degrees and associate’s degrees and is very experienced in training individuals and helping them to achieve their set goals in their related courses. The school clearly states its detest in discrimination of all kinds and frowns at racism. Admission is open to everybody from all walks of life. Degrees and... See full description.
Hudson Valley Community College was founded in 1953 and is a major institution of higher learning in New York State. It offers more than 70 degree and certificate programs in Business, Engineering & Industrial Technologies, Health Sciences,and Liberal Arts and Sciences.
San Juan College began an auxiliary branch of the New Mexico State University and it has grown to become one of the biggest two-year community colleges. It is situated in Farmington New Mexico and it is a regional leader in the education sector. It has four main campuses in the area. These include Farmington Campus which is the main campus; San Juan College West in Kirtland, New Mexico; San Juan College East in Aztec, New Mexico; and San Juan College 30th Street Campus in Farmington. The academic programs offered at the school are affordable, innovative and challenging and are meant to... See full description.
SUNY is a system of public universities in New York, USA. It was established in 1948, and represents the largest system of universities, colleges, and community colleges in the world. Overall, it has 64 campuses around the state, including four University Centers. Accordingly, the system offers all types of undergraduate, postgraduate, and distance learning programs with the purpose to preserve the high quality of education in the public institutions of New York. With regard to this, in 2010, SUNY launched a new strategic plan, which is called the Power of SUNY.