The Advocate

Nonprofit increases access

By Tobias Cheng, Staff Writer

May 9, 2016

Laptop computers will be provided to 80-100 low-income students for college work starting this fall. The nonprofit K to College will be giving out the computers, first to qualifying CalWORKs and EOPS students, then to other students, ...

Replacement financial aid program stalls in hiring task

By Mike Thomas, Scene Editor

February 4, 2016

SparkPoint, a nonprofit organization that helps students pay for necessary expenses, is in the final processes of partnering with Contra Costa College as a replacement for Single Stop USA. The financial coaching program that is repla...

ASU approves final group of Grant for Support applicants

By Lorenzo Morotti, Associate Editor

December 9, 2015

Board reviews clubs, departments requests, award nine out of 19

Task force empowers formerly imprisoned

By Roxana Amparo, Associate Editor

November 18, 2015

Current and formerly incarcerated individuals will soon have the chance to receive educational and support services when returning or beginning an educational plan at one of the district’s three colleges. The Current and For...

Educational opportunities

Educational opportunities

November 18, 2015

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...

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