What’s happening at CNCC | CraigDailyPress.com

What’s happening at CNCC

What’s going on at Colorado Northwestern Community College:

— GED testing is going all computerized. CNCC is a GED testing center and Vice President Gene Bilodeau is a certified GED test proctor for the college. Normally $110, those who take the GED and enroll at CNCC will be able to subtract the cost of the test off the tuition for the first course a student takes.

— CNCC is seeing growth in a number of programs, especially virtual classroom courses, where students can take live classes from home.

— CNCC’s Safety Committee is reviewing and reinforcing safety procedures in coordination with the Craig Police Department. A number of staff will attend training in Denver.

— Discussions have started with Peabody Coal about possibly offering degree programs to its employees. CNCC already offers mine safety training.

For more information on any of these happenings contact CNCC marketing director Jeff Stoddard at (970) 675-3289.

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