Bond, Bradley G.
Ed.D. (Doctor of Education)
Department of Counseling and Higher Education (CAHE)
The College of DuPage (CoD), in suburban DuPage County, Illinois and Johnson County Community College (JCCC), in suburban Johnson County, Kansas, offer an interesting lens through which to examine topics of institutional history and culture, community relationships, and the leadership decisions of first presidents and their boards. The histories of CoD and JCCC, founded in restricted residency, affluent, and rapidly expanding suburbs in the 1960s also provide telling examples of campus/community interactions around the question of who could be a part of the community – and therefore the campus. Finally, comparing these two campuses affords readers a useful glimpse at 1960s-era protests in the community college, describes how campus unrest occurred, and examines its management on non-residential campuses.
Howell, Kristy Wittman, "Open Doors and Closed Communities: Creating Community Colleges in White Flight towns" (2020). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 7208.
Northern Illinois University
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