If you are worried about financing your post-secondary education, you are not alone. Many students have that same worry. College costs are rising, and community college is a good option, at least for the first two years of a degree. I am not going to to go into too much depth here, but community college does cost quite a bit less than a typical four-year university. You don’t have to factor in room and board, and tuition is significantly cheaper. Not all community college students are high school dropouts or parents or whatever the stereotype is. There are a good number of traditional college aged students attending community colleges. I was one. I went to a community college for a couple years and even received my associates degree. All I’m saying is don’t knock it until you try it.
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