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Collaboration Is Key in Creating Value of Free Community College | Nicholas Wyman

Naturally, the President's recent pitch for a major expansion in community college funding has been greeted with equal parts praise and criticism.

Should You Spend Your First Two Years at a Community College? The Pros and Cons of 2+2 Programs

For some students, spending their first two years at community college is the smartest and most affordable option. Here are a few pros and cons you should know.

TV and movies always make it seem as if community colleges and student loans aren't real, and you should only strive for Ivy League schools.

"When teens on TV are applying to college and don't get into a university or state school, its like community colleges don't even exist. Other times, if they can't afford school for some reason, it's as if student loans don't exist either."—carriejones907

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Assistant Vigneronne, Cayuse Vineyards; Proprietor, La Rata Wines, Milton-Freewater, OR  Bourcier started in the wine industry at 18 as part of the first graduating class at Walla Walla Community College’s Center for Enology & Viticulture. Over the last decade, she has helped create more than 60 wines that have scored 95 points or above, while her own La Rata brand has earned cult status. Read more...  #WE40u40
Want a first-class U.S. education in California without breaking the bank? Start at a two-year community college like Santa Barbara City College! You’ll get: ⭐️ A high-quality education ⭐️ Smaller class sizes ⭐️ Support in strengthening your English skills Learn more about it on our site: https://www.studyusa.com/en/a/16645/community-college-get-great-education-save-money
🌼 Student blogger Alaine Obra grew up in the Philippines with two seasons, a warm one and a cold one. Living in the U.S., she’s learned to love snow in the winter and the crazy season we call spring! 📍Alaine is studying for an associate’s degree in computer science at Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nevada. 👆🏼Read about her experience with new weather patterns on our site: https://www.studyusa.com/en/blog/what-is-spring-im-from-a-tropical-country
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