Transformational Learning in Community Colleges

Transformational Learning in Community Colleges Charting a Course for Academic and Personal Success

Chad D. Hoggan and Bill Browning, Foreword by Robert G. Templin, Jr.
paper, 256 Pages
Pub. Date: November 2019
ISBN-13: 978-1-68253-404-5
Price: $34.00

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cloth, 256 Pages
Pub. Date: November 2019
ISBN-13: 978-1-68253-405-2
Price: $66.00

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Transformational Learning in Community Colleges details the profound social and emotional change that nontraditional and historically underserved students undergo when they enter community college. Drawing on case study material and student observations, the book outlines the systematic supports that two-year institutions must put in place to help students achieve their educational and professional goals.


Chad Hoggan and Bill Browning have produced an excellent guide for assuring greater levels of success at the place community colleges and students meet at scale everyday: the classroom. It will provide community college academic leaders and faculty alike with a guide that will significantly improve student success in the classroom. This book is both timely and relevant as the classroom becomes the next frontier for community college reformation. — Kenneth L. Ender, professor of practice, The Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research, and president emeritus, William Rainey Harper College

Transformational Learning in Community Colleges makes a meaningful contribution to the literature on student success by addressing pressing challenges such as the need for coordinated efforts at the program level. Intended for practitioners in community colleges and career pathways training programs, this book focuses on the changes students experience in college and provides helpful real-life examples, case studies, and applied strategies for readers to use. — Meredith Archer Hatch, senior associate director for Workforce and Academic Alignment, Achieving the Dream

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About the Authors

Chad D. Hoggan is an associate professor of Adult, Workforce and Continuing Professional Education in the Department of Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development at North Carolina State University. Bill Browning is an independent consultant with a thirty-year career combining management roles in corporate training, a community-based nonprofit, community college, and workforce development policy and leadership training.

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