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Students are "Very Savvy" in Comparing Community Colleges, Says TC's Melinda Karp

 

In a philly.com online story about the mounting competition between community colleges, Melinda Karp, assistant director at the Community College Research Center, is quoted as saying that History has shown students to be very savvy in comparing schools to find the best option, said Melinda Karp, assistant director at TC's Community College Research Center. "In a densely populated area like New Jersey, it doesn't surprise me that keeping a small catchment area is not as easy," Karp said.

To read the full story, click here.

Published Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Melinda Karp

Melinda Karp

Melinda Karp, Assistant Director, Community College Research Center

 

In a philly.com online story about the mounting competition between community colleges, Melinda Karp, assistant director at the Community College Research Center, is quoted as saying that History has shown students to be very savvy in comparing schools to find the best option, said Melinda Karp, assistant director at TC's Community College Research Center. "In a densely populated area like New Jersey, it doesn't surprise me that keeping a small catchment area is not as easy," Karp said.

To read the full story, click here.

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