“In line with our mission, the CCBA is proud to announce that we now offer colleges access to experienced consultants who are equipped to guide them as they research, design, advocate for and implement new baccalaureate programs,” says CCBA President Angela Kersenbrock. “Our consultants provide state, system and college-specific guidance and offer clients access to responsive curriculum models, accountability planning and policy development guidelines.”
Since 1999, the CCBA has been providing its members a gateway to research data, publications, best practices and state legislation as they advocate for, develop and/or implement their baccalaureate degree programs.
“The baccalaureate programs thousands of community college students have had the opportunity to enjoy are a direct result of the work the CCBA and its members have invested into the nation’s higher education system over the past 20 years,” Kersenbrock adds. “These typically ‘non-traditional,’ first-generation college students would not have had access to advanced degrees if not for the efforts of their local community college. As we step into a new decade, the CCBA and its members look forward to continuing to re-define higher education to benefit the next generation of degree-seeking scholars.”