gets admitted. The compares to only about 7% of the 4-year colleges that have open admissions. You get an associate degree graduating from a 2-year community college. However, you can move on to get a bachelor degree without spending more than the normal 4 years. You can transfer from a community college to a 4-year college with or without completing an associate degree. When you graduate from the four-year college, only that college’s name will appear on your bachelor’s degree.
It is common for the local community colleges to have
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