Essay: Reforms Needed To Promote Success At Community Colleges
“The lines for advisers begins to form early in the morning in late summer and early fall at my community college. It is August, six days from the start of classes, and we will likely admit and enroll 35 percent of our new fall students in the next week. These students will need orientation and advising and help with financial aid and so will flood into our student center by the hundreds, facing long wait times and frazzled staff,” according to an anonymous author in Inside Higher Ed.
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