Articles tagged with "success"
Minority men’s college success aim of new consortium
Though more students head to college than ever, not all will leave with a diploma amid cheers - and statistics show that minorities are more likely to leave college without a degree.
Why COM graduation rates are spiking
In two years, College of the Mainland student Melanie Lauret returned to college after more than a decade, joined the honor society and became the first in her family to earn a degree.
Upward Bound helps student reach goal of nursing
Graduating this December with an associate degree in natural science, Tori Holiday knows exactly what she wants to do: comfort others the way a nurse reassured her.
COM grad public servant of the year
The Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce recently honored College of the Mainland graduate Jonathan Burns, 27, of Santa Fe, as public servant of the year.
In-demand welders find jobs before graduation
For Keith Harrington, a fresh start took just 12 weeks.
COM coach helps local student make college team
Home for the summer from Stephen F. Austin State University, Campbell, 19, discovered that the best place for a penny-pinching college student to shoot hoops was the COM Gym.
Nursing grad finds niche
Maegan Koster, registered nurse and College of the Mainland graduate, has found her dream job—working with women experiencing a difficult pregnancy in the antepartum unit at Clear Lake Regional Hospital.
League City retiree to debut at COM theatre
After retiring, Donna Bane, of League City, created a bucket list of activities that she'd always wanted to do but never made time for.
Composing a career
When composing, Chad Robinson views each piece as a blank sheet of paper with endless possibilities. With each note penned, he confidently removes those possibilities, one by one.