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Having previous college experience can be a benefit to university applicants, even if those students are just graduating high school.
 
At some point, a student can achieve everything that high school has to offer. When they hit that wall, there is only one place to go: college.
At some point, a student can achieve everything that high school has to offer. When they hit that wall, there is only one place to go: college.
 
High school students are now a fixture on the campus of Beaufort County Community College, with many of them taking advantage of a program called Career and College Promise (CCP) to earn college credit for free while they are still enrolled in high school
High school students are now a fixture on the campus of Beaufort County Community College, with many of them taking advantage of a program called Career and College Promise (CCP) to earn college credit for free while they are still enrolled in high school
 
Area residents will soon see course schedules in their mailboxes or around town that are full of exciting and rewarding continuing education classes at Beaufort County Community College
Area residents will soon see course schedules in their mailboxes or around town that are full of exciting and rewarding continuing education classes at Beaufort County Community College
 
Shortly after I moved to North Carolina in 2015, I learned about a dual-enrollment program for students to attend high school and Wake Technical Community College simultaneously
Shortly after I moved to North Carolina in 2015, I learned about a dual-enrollment program for students to attend high school and Wake Technical Community College simultaneously
 
Instead of waiting to take college classes after graduating high school, students can start now. Career and College Promise is a statewide program that allows high school students to start knocking out college courses for free before graduating
Instead of waiting to take college classes after graduating high school, students can start now. Career and College Promise is a statewide program that allows high school students to start knocking out college courses for free before graduating
 
The idea of free community college has become a topic of national debate in recent years, highlighted by Tennessee's and Oregon's enactment of statewide plans, and President Obama's advocacy for a nationwide program
The idea of free community college has become a topic of national debate in recent years, highlighted by Tennessee's and Oregon's enactment of statewide plans, and President Obama's advocacy for a nationwide program
 
In his State of the Union address, President Obama pitched his plan for making two years of community college as "free and universal in America as high school is today." He thinks it would be a great thing. But at the community college where I taught English from 2007 to 2010, Georgia Perimeter...
In his State of the Union address, President Obama pitched his plan for making two years of community college as "free and universal in America as high school is today." He thinks it would be a great thing. But at the community college where I taught English from 2007 to 2010, Georgia Perimeter...
 
The federal proposal that the president is calling "America's College Promise" has inspired fanfare and controversy that go beyond President Obama's decision earlier this week not to interfere with so-called 529 savings plans.
The federal proposal that the president is calling "America's College Promise" has inspired fanfare and controversy that go beyond President Obama's decision earlier this week not to interfere with so-called 529 savings plans.
 
A day after President Obama unexpectedly unveiled a plan offering more than $34 billion in subsidies for community college tuition to millions of Americans, U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx, R-5th District, chastened the president for his "bad habit" of creating programs without funding mechanisms.
A day after President Obama unexpectedly unveiled a plan offering more than $34 billion in subsidies for community college tuition to millions of Americans, U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx, R-5th District, chastened the president for his "bad habit" of creating programs without funding mechanisms.
 
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