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If this pathway is followed as outlined, you’ll earn an Associate in Arts degree. One course will fulfill the Human Diversity requirement, and is labeled with an in the sequence under. Following this pathway will help you earn your affiliate diploma, which can enhance your possibilities of switch to bachelor’s-level programs. Choose Illinois Articulation Initiative courses to meet general education requirements whenever potential. This course will introduce and put together students to manage the finances of a healthcare group.

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Report Points to Negative Effects of COVID-19 on Student Success — Campus Technology

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Report Points to Negative Effects of COVID-19 on Student Success

In a recent survey, three-quarters of U.S.-based students, faculty and administrators reported that COVID-19 has negatively affected student engagement. Nearly as many (73 percent) said the pandemic has damaged their work and career readiness. And seven in 10 (70 percent) said they believed that more students are falling behind in their studies as a result of COVID-19. The shift to online learning hasn’t drawn huge approval: Fewer than half (48 percent) of survey respondents said their preference for online learning has increased; and

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Community Colleges Brace For Surge In Student Mental Health Needs: LAist

Los Angeles Trade Tech College is one of nine colleges in the Los Angeles Community College system. (Adolfo Guzman-Lopez/LAist)

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Mental health services in California community colleges are severely underfunded compared to the University of California and Cal State systems. As the coronavirus crisis lingers and emotional pressures rise, some administrators worry that they won’t be able to meet all of their students’ needs.

Many students are stressed out by the

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College of Information Sciences and Technology names fall student marshal

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The College of Information Sciences and Technology will honor Kylie Dunmire as student marshal at fall 2020 commencement, which will be held virtually at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 19.

Originally from Oviedo, Florida, Dunmire will graduate with two bachelor’s degrees: a bachelor of science in security and risk analysis and a bachelor of arts in international politics. Dunmire is also pursuing a master’s degree in international affairs through Penn State’s integrated undergraduate-graduate (IUG) program, from which she plans to graduate in 2021.

“Being student marshal is very meaningful to me, as it feels like a reminder

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Tech worker pleads guilty to killing Utah college student, will avoid death penalty

A tech worker pleaded guilty on Wednesday to strangling a Utah college student whose disappearance over a year ago sparked a search that ended with the discovery of her charred remains in his backyard. Ayoola A. Ajayi acknowledged he planned the death of 23-year-old Mackenzie Lueck, whom he met on a dating app and arranged to meet in a park.

After they returned to his home, he bound and strangled her, then burned and hid her body while police and loved ones searched for her, his lawyer said in court.

Ajayi pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and desecration of

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