Category Archives: Tuition

“Free” Tuition Plan, School To Work Partnerships Will Be Topics at Capital Community College Town & Legislative Breakfast January 30th

A Community College “Free Tuition” initiative and school-to-work apprentice and intern programs will be among topics at a Town and Legislative Breakfast at Capital Community College’s Walter J. Markiewicz Community Room on  Thursday, January 30, 2020  from 9 a.m. to … Continue reading

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#Giving Tuesday: Invest in Hartford’s Community College

  “These are places where young people can continue their education without taking on a lot of debt. These are places where workers can gain new skills to move up in their careers. These are places where anyone with a … Continue reading

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Capital Community College Ranked 10th Best In Nation, #1 In New England For Adult Learners

Hartford’s Capital Community College is one of the 10 best two-year colleges for adult learners in the nation, according to a survey by the Washington Monthly magazine in its September-October 2017 edition. The monthly’s 2017 college rankings were reported in … Continue reading

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Capital Goes To The State Capitol: Legislative Breakfast Wednesday, February 24th

The 2016 Town & Legislative Breakfast for Capital Community College (CCC) will be held on Wednesday, February 24th, at the Legislative Office Building’s Dining Room, 300 Capitol Avenue from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. with a program scheduled to begin at 8:30 … Continue reading

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Responses To President’s Free Community College Initiative

I Owe It All to Community College: Tom Hanks on His Two Years at Chabot College “President Obama hopes to make two years of free community college accessible for up to nine million Americans. I’m guessing the new Congress will … Continue reading

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