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CCRC Reflections: My Time at CCRC

CCRC 20-year logoThis is the sixth in a series of short essays by former CCRC staff members who share thoughts about their time working at the Center. These essays will be posted on our website throughout CCRC’s 20th anniversary year.

Judith Scott-Clayton Wins Award for Financial Aid Research

Judith Scott-ClaytonThe National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) has chosen Judith Scott-Clayton to receive the Robert P. Huff Golden Quill Award for 2016, in recognition of her contributions to the literature on financial aid.

CCRC Reflections: Learning to Ask the Tough Questions

CCRC 20-year logoThis is the fifth in a series of short essays by former CCRC staff members who share thoughts about their time working at the Center. These essays will be posted on our website throughout CCRC’s 20th anniversary year.

Is Community College a Marathon or a Sprint?

Is Community College a Marathon or a Sprint?

New CCRC research findings show that while many community college students are advised to take 12 credits per semester, they would be better off taking 15 credits.

CCRC Reflections: Pushing the Boundaries

CCRC 20-year logoThis is the fourth in a series of short essays by former CCRC staff members who share thoughts about their time working at the Center. These essays will be posted on our website throughout CCRC’s 20th anniversary year.