Why improving college transfer pathways makes good sense for New England
CHARI A. LEADER
FROM THE NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION, WINTER 2010
It’s rare for policymakers to think of higher education pathways beyond their own experiences as traditional students. Many went to college directly after high school, stayed in dorms and graduated ready for careers. But the world tod...
UB is among 13 New England colleges & universities that have signed on to @nebhe's North Star Collective (NSC), a multi-institutional collaborative to boost Black, Indigenous and People of Color early-career faculty at #highered institutions. Learn more at https://ctbythenumbers.news/ctnews/two-connecticut-universities-among-founders-of-regional-initiative-to-assist-early-career-faculty-of-color
@CCV_VT is preparing for our @nebhe accreditation visit in March 2022. We are currently incorporating public comments on our self-study. This process allows us to award college credit, transfer credit and access federal financial aid. Critical process. #vted