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For many students, a bachelor's degree begins at a two-year community college.
Such students receive a quality education at rock-bottom prices and then, upon graduation, transfer into a four-year institution with “junior” standing.
A recent post on The Choice provides some “success stories” of community college grads who went on to get a bachelor’s. Click here to check it out.
Posted at 09:52 PM in Cost of College, Selecting Schools | Permalink
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