Howard Community College Newswire

Kira Cassels applied to 11 colleges and got in to every one. The kitchen of her Laurel home came to resemble a high school guidance office, the breakfast table buried beneath brochures and financial aid forms from destinations such as the University of Virginia and Franklin & Marshall College.
Gifted Student Is Being Held Back By Graduation Rules (Post, October 5, 2009)
Community Colleges Leave The Lights On a Lot Longer: NVCC and Other Campuses Add Hours, Options to Meet Influx (Post, September 24, 2009)
One-of-a-Kind Commencement: Howard Community College Makes a Very Special Delivery To Award a Degree to the Oldest Member of the Class of 2009 (Post, July 10, 2009)
AP Scores Don't Necessarily Reflect Teacher's Skills (Post, April 3, 2008)
Giving Proper Credit To Home-Schooled: With Applications From Nontraditional Students Rising, More Universities Are Revamping Evaluation Methods (Post, June 11, 2007)
Foreign Affairs: Looking to start a new life in Dubai? Chat with your tour guide in China? Or just read Don Quixote in Spanish? Whatever your goal, there's a language program for you. (Post, November 5, 2006)
Tongue Twisters: Learning a difficult language like Arabic requires real dedication. So, why are so many people signing up for classes? (Post, August 7, 2005)
Overcoming Challenges Together for Education: Husband, Wife Graduate From Nursing Program (Post, May 19, 2005)
Stark Message Catches Emmy's Ear: Pr. William's Public Service Spot on Teens and Drunken Driving Gets Nomination (Post, May 18, 2005)

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