Community college students in the American Honors program will have a pathway into Kutztown University under an agreement signed Wednesday at the college.
In this Wall Street Journal article, American Honors is identified as a rigorous program at community colleges where students can apply to transfer at top US universities.
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In an interview with The PIE News, Quad Learning CEO, Phil Bronner, explains how Quad works with community colleges to provide support and tailored pathways to degrees for international students.
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Some community colleges partner with private companies that help with recruitment and programming best suited to international students. One such company is Quad Learning, which has developed a rigorous transfer program leading both domestic and international students from community college through into university. Unlike most community colleges, its American Honors program is based on selective admissions, and its curriculim is closer in style to those provided at a university.
In an Op-Ed on Foturne.com, Mr. Bronner shines the spotlight on community colleges as a key investment area that will strengthen the infrastructure of the American education system.
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The area at 15th and Hamilton streets may become “home sweet home” to the hundreds of international students the Community College of Philadelphia hopes to enroll in the near future.
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Community College of Philadelphia plans a pair of new residential towers beside its Spring Garden Street campus to accommodate a hoped-for influx of high-achieving - and higher-paying - international students.
Students enrolled in Union's American Honors program are receiving a great education as well as the inside track toward transfer to the top universities across the country and the Garden State.
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