Pittsburgh Technical Institute hosted the grand opening and official ribbon cutting of its new Energy Technology Center, a 15,392-square-foot steel structure that serves as headquarters for the college’s programs in Welding Technology, HVAC Technology, and Oil & Gas Electronics.
Approximately one-third of CTU’s students are active military, veterans and family members. CTU is committed to honoring military service and giving active military, veterans and their families access to an education that paves the way for the next chapter in their lives.
Pittsburgh Technical Institute (PTI) held a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially announce the opening of the American Academy of Culinary Arts (AACA), where great chefs prep. More than 200 chefs, general managers, food service directors, restaurateurs and hoteliers attended and tasted hors d-oeuvres prepared by AACA’s new students.
A group of high school seniors and recent high school graduates from across the U.S. were honored on Capitol Hill for their award-winning artwork in The Art Institutes and Americans for the Arts Poster Design Competition.
A recent national survey by Gallup and The Lumina Foundation shows that 67% of Americans believe postsecondary education is essential for a good job - the highest number ever connecting college to jobs.
In Tuesday's State of The Union address, President Obama reasserted his support for rebuilding the middle class, doubling down on his promise to create more jobs and get America’s economy back on track.
After years on the back burner, immigration is set to command more of Congress’s attention in the coming months, including several provisions important for higher education that are likely to be part of any proposed comprehensive legislation.
In an effort to improve the college completion rate and fend off new regulations, a commission of the nation’s six leading higher-education associations is calling for extensive reforms to serve a changing college population — one increasingly composed of older and part-time students.
Over the next decade, more students of color than ever before will pass through the gates of the nation's colleges and join the ranks of its work force, according to new projections by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.
Amid much public discussion about whether college degrees still help graduates, the Pew Economic Mobility Project released a report Wednesday attempting to shed light on whether college is really worth it.
The U.S. Department of Education requires institutions of higher education to update their 2011-2012 Gainful Employment program disclosures by January 31, 2013, though a federal court decision last summer may have caused some confusion.
PSCUs open doors to many of the 13 million unemployed and 90 million undereducated Americans by providing a skills-based education. To remain competitive over the next decade, we must identify between 8 and 23 million new workers with postsecondary skills. PSCUs are a necessary part of that solution, having produced over 800,000 degrees last year alone.