What advantages will I lose if I study in a community college?
compared to studying in a 4-year college, that means.
Maybe just in getting a certificate with a high college name written on it.The important thing here is to get a degree and pursue your goals.Simple as that.
If you eventually transfer to a university and get a Bachelor's Degree, there won't be an asterisk saying that you went to a community college for two (or more) years. So getting a bunch of your general education requirements completed at a community college can be a very economical way to go. Fellow students will not be as good on average, and some might claim that the teachers are less knowledgeable than at a university, but as a current community college instructor who attended nothing but universities as a student, I can tell you that the teaching quality at the two types of schools is not all that different. In fact, you might get more opportunity for interaction with the teacher at a community college, where the classes are often smaller.
You'll save money getting an associates from a community college, what disadvantage is there to that?
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