New Leadership: Introducing Derrick Worrels

Derrick Worrels serves as the President of Ranger College. He leads a team that is focused on increasing access, improving support, advancing success, and creating equity for all.  He has served in Higher Education and Community College for 27 years.  Prior to his tenure as President, he served as Senior Vice President of Student Services, he served as men’s basketball coach, athletic...
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$1,300+ Value in Affordable Education

Texas is currently offering affordable community college—and the good news is, it’s easy to qualify. Through the Texas Reskilling and Upskilling Education (TRUE) grant, you could be one of the potential students who qualifies for this assistance. Texas Reskilling is a new grant program providing a chance to attain your degree and relaunch yourself with in-demand skills. Ranger College...
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Cybersecurity: Virtual crime-fighting, real-world rewards

It may be a “virtual” realm of activity on the Internet, but the criminal activity out there is real. Fraud, identity theft, and trafficking have all been identified by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as serious crimes, and trained experts are needed to track down perpetrators and prevent illegal activities. The field of cybersecurity is still evolving right along with technology,...
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Online and On Track

As schools around the world moved classes online, students everywhere are learning to adjust to studying at home--and everything that comes along with it. Turning your living room into a classroom is no easy feat, especially if you’re sharing your newfound workspace with family or roommates. But don’t let this get you off track. Being a productive student at home has its challenges, but you...

Recession-Proof Career Paths: Are you worried about the long-term viability of your job in a recession?

If so, you’re not alone. A recent study by Strada Education found that 62 percent of Americans are concerned about losing their job. Even jobs that were once considered stable, permanent options may not be a best bet in these unprecedented times. You don’t need to go into thousands of dollars in debt in order to attain a degree or certificate that can provide you with better earnings and a...