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What To Do After High School

The Community College Advantage

ISBN: 9781402279829

By: Diane Melville

Published: May 2013

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Description

Maximize your college experience. Follow the track that costs less and pays more.

More students are realizing the benefits of taking the community college track—tuition costs are low, resources are abundant, and transfer admissions rates are high. The question is: How can students utilize these opportunities to their full advantage?

The Community College Advantage: Your Guide to a Low-Cost, High-Reward College Experience is the first community college strategy guide designed to help students hit the ground running from the minute they set foot on campus. This resource will walk students through every step on the path to academic success with helpful worksheets and tips, including:

  • Secrets to making the most of community college resources
  • A step-by-step transfer plan
  • A simple guide to financial aid
  • Strategies to find a job after college

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Format: Paperback

Dimensions
Length: 7 in
Width: 5 in
Weight: 7.20 oz
Page Count: 256 pages

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Melville explains the benefits of going to community college and what prospective students need to know about the experience. She argues that going to community college and transferring to a f

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