College gears up to be a four-year institution
“We have to file for a substantive change of mission with our accreditation agency, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools”
Students at Coastal Georgia Community College may be able to do something others before them have not been able to do: Get a four-year degree from the college. via Jacksonville.com
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#1 May 12, 2008
This is great news, I just hope that the quality of the courses changes for the better and that no more games are played like taking an application fee and then notifying the would be student that the course they chose was being discontinued. This happened to my husband and it surely does not make me want to attend school there.
It is pretty pathetic when you want to go to school for networking and are told the only course available is how to use google earth.
Hopefully this change will bring in some good instructors and a much better array of courses offered, along with better stability for the school as a whole.
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