June 28, 2012
Gila Community College Payson Campus
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“Homeschooling really enabled me to be the best that I can be,” said local Gila Community College (GCC) student Colton Jackson.
GCC board trying to cope with dwindling enrollment, state aid
On June 13, the Gila Community College (GCC) board will likely boost its property tax rate by 2 percent — the maximum allowed by state law.
Since 2009, the six Gila Community College (GCC) campuses have seen a 52 percent drop in enrollment at all age and credit levels.
The Gila Community College board last week took the first crucial step toward both achieving independence and renegotiating the contract with Eastern Arizona College required by its provisional college status.
While most community colleges face flat budgets and enrollment gains, GCC suffers 10 percent enrollment drop
Question: What’s the best thing about getting beat with a stick? Answer: It feels so good when they stop.
Enrollment drops 10 percent as Gila Community College board ponders how to go about closing financial gap
Struggling to cope with declines in enrollment and state support, the Gila Community College board last week again found itself mud wrestling with a tough question: Should it raise tuition?