The Advocate

Program allows students working full time to earn units

By Roxana Amparo, Staff Writer

September 9, 2014

Working students with limited time for taking classes can earn transferable units through the Cooperative Education Program, a federal program that has been connecting community employers with students for more than 40 years. The u...

FTES totals continue to dwindle, college set to receive $1.4 million

By Lorenzo Morotti, Editor-in-Chief

September 9, 2014

The number of students enrolled at Contra Costa College for the 2014 fall semester has declined by 1 percent since last fall, bringing the current deficit to 3.2 percent since 2012. Enrollment district wide is less than it was durin...

The foundation for the new Campus Center and the three-story classroom building will rise in the area soon, but are not due for completion until fall 2016. Students are forced to use alternate footpaths around the site to navigate the campus.

Construction obstruction

September 9, 2014

Chefs learn Italian cooking techniques

By Van Ly, Opinion Editor

September 5, 2014

Over the summer, 10 culinary arts students traveled to Italy for the department’s study abroad trip from June 5-18. “Students learned the difference between our cultures, and the technique of making authentic Italian food,...

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