25. Community College (2)

These days many people attend community colleges with to transfer to a four-year college or university get a bachelor's degree. It's kind of like stepping-stone. There are many reasons why people do . One reason is that some community colleges have agreements with private and state colleges and university guarantee admission. Even if a community college doesn't that agreement of a guaranteed spot in a -year college, it has articulation agreements with four-year schools. agreements tell you exactly what classes a student a community college needs to take in order be able to transfer. These agreements make sure students don't waste time taking classes that won't . Most of these classes one needs to take transferring are general education classes, like math and .

Another reason why many students start their undergraduate at a community college is a financial one. four-year college or university is much more expensive a two-year college. This is especially true for students, who don't qualify for financial aid, loans scholarships. Also community colleges tend to offer more classes so they can accommodate people who have work while attending school. They are also a option for older students with families, who need more flexible schedule while taking care of children. colleges also tend to be commuter schools, meaning don't have to live on campus in dorms. a community college means you can still live home with your parents, which can save the a huge amount of money.

If a student 't do well in high school, a community college provide him or her with another opportunity to a four-year university. Community colleges offer many classes help students develop their math and writing skills. you attend a four-year college, you are expected have those skills already. Community college will prepare to successfully graduate from a four-year school.