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  • Community College

    If you're looking to complete your general education courses before declaring a major, work more than part-time while gaining college credit and require flexible class schedules, or enjoy small class sizes and want to adjust to the demands of college before starting at a university, attending a community college may be the postsecondary pathway for you. While studying at a community college, students can work towards completing a certificate or a two-year Associate’s Degree. Many students transfer to a university after completing their Associate’s Degree to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree.

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