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    Differences of Community College and University Many people choose to extend their education after high school by going to colleges. Although, what kind of college to choose can be a tough question to tackle, it is very important to make the correct choice for yourself. Moreover, to be successful in college, making the right choice is even more significant. There are variety of pros and cons for both choices. As aforementioned, the choice should consider the situation a student is facing…

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    attend college and half of them mainly begin their post high school education in community colleges. The statistics illustrated above highly influence the decision made by most students with regard to the best option to consider once they have completed their high school education. There are contrasting opinions about the suitability of a 4-year university or spending the first two years of college at a local community college, to which the essay adopts the option of a local community college…

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    Macomb Community College and Barnard College have two very different websites, yet they share a few distinct similarities. Like most college websites, the sites of Barnard and Macomb both have information about their schools. They share information regarding their campuses, their student body and faculty, and what kind of college they are. They both also have places on their websites to find information regarding financial aid and assistance, as well as how to apply for their school. Material…

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    University of Iowa or Indian Hills his first year of college. He chose Indian Hills because he would be closer to home and get his general classes done for a cheaper cost. When he finally transferred to the University of Iowa, he was glad he went to a community college first because he realized he wouldn 't have been ready for the overwhelming homework and atmosphere of Iowa City. Many seniors in high school are faced with the decision of choosing the college they will be attending for the next…

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    Importance of Community College Retention The community college surfaced in our society in the 20th century when people faced global and economic competition (Cohen &Brawer, 2003). Community colleges, according to Cohen and Brawer (2003), are sometimes a student’s first choice or their only exposure to higher education. During the 1970s, there was an increase in funding for community college. With an increase in funding, many states opened up community colleges to address the growing concern…

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    The pressure of choosing the right college can be one of the most stressful situations,thus far, in some students lives. Often times community college is thrown out the window without the least bit of consideration. The stereotype that community colleges aren’t as educated or students that attend community college are “not good enough for a four year university” are stereotypes that still exists today. The percentage of students that attend community colleges and who come from households…

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    is an obvious significant dropout rate in both community colleges and universities. For years, there have been studies to not only detect why that is the case and what can prevent this outcome. Paul Tough mentions in the video that he narrated; which include Kathlen Ntude, Jeff Nelson, and David Laude. Who Finishes College, tells that about 40% of students that start at a four-year college graduate by the end of six years. Adding on community colleges, that is less than half of a graduation…

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    soon to be graduate from Hagerstown Community College with an Associate’s in Biology, to pursue and finish the next level of post-secondary education, achieving a Bachelor’s degree. In addition to pursuing a degree in Biological Sciences, UMBC has many clubs and activities to be involved in which will allow me to create new friends and provide a way to network with other students that has the same goals as me. I strongly believe that at my local community college, most of the students and…

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    Neil Diamond, choosing a Community College over a University is a stupid decision to make. As usual, Neil Diamond is wrong. Choosing to attend a Community College over a University is a better decision and is something a lot more students should consider. Going to a Community College is a good decision because it is convenient, smarter, and helps you save money. Attending a Community College is more convenient for me. It is more convenient to attend a community college because I get to see my…

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    You have applied for admission in a community college. You got the admission in that college. You have met the counselor and planned everything that you need for your major. But when you try to register for the classes, are you able to register for all the classes that you need? What if you don’t get the classes that you need for your major, because they were full? So what are you going to do if this is happening to you every semester? You don’t have to worry about that anymore-I have all the…

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