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New Undergraduate Transfer Scholar Michael Novak was one of four students profiled in an article by John Kopp on PhillyVoice.com about students transferring from the Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) to the University of Pennsylvania.

Simone Zelitch is an Associate Professor of English and former Assistant Chair of Literature and Creative Writing at Community College of Philadelphia. She has also authored four novels, the latest of which is “Waveland.”

Vazquez De La Cruz’s story started at the age of four, when she arrived to the United States from San Luis Potosí, Mexico with her parents. In the fall, she plans on attending Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) for two years and then possibly transferring to Temple University.

Justin Moore volunteers at the store that, along with other activities works with IT repairs. “I been involved with NTR for about a year now through a work-study program with the CCP (Community College of Philadelphia),” he said.

According to Universal, the class of 2015 received nearly $500,000 in scholarships. Seniors were accepted into colleges including Lincoln University, University of Maryland, Shippensburg University, Cabrini College, University of Pittsburgh, West Chester University, Community College of Philadelphia, Penn State University, and Temple University. One senior, Maurisa Warren, was awarded a full scholarship to West Chester.

But in May, Delmonico, 37, who has been sober for more than four years, graduated from Community College of Philadelphia, and now she is headed to the University of Pennsylvania.

Jason Morgan held a variety of jobs through his 30s, but it was a job lay-off during the economic downturn in 2009 that led him to the University of Pennsylvania. An advisor at LPS told Morgan about the Honors Program at Community College of Philadelphia, which offers students an intense and intellectually challenging academic program to prepare them to transfer to a university.

Ms. Flynn is a past president of The Philadelphia Association of Paralegals (PAP) and continues to serve as an active board member and chair of the Litigation and Professional Development Committees. Christine also serves as board liaison to The Legal Intelligencer, Pro Bono Coordinator and Liaison to the American Bar Association (ABA) for the Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service and is a member of the Paralegal Studies Advisory Board at the Community College of Philadelphia.

Montgomery County residents currently pay $158 per credit. With the tuition and technology fee increases, tuition will rise to $164 per credit and technology will increase to $21 a credit. At the Community College of Philadelphia, for example, Philadelphia residents pay $153 per credit hour; non-Philadelphians pay $306 per credit in addition to a $10 nonresident capital fee per credit.

State Sen. Vincent Hughes and other government officials honor Nasir Mack, 16, who received a job with the Community College of Philadelphia through past summer jobs funding (image).

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