are approximately only 50% of the university counterparts. (Tuitions can vary widely depending on departments and universities. Even state universities in the same state can have a large difference in tuition costs, not to mention private institutions. The tuitions can also be significantly higher for non-resident students too, for example, if you attend a university in a state of which you are not a “resident.”)
There are scholarships for community college students too. Many of them
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