I really do not understand why people degrade community college. What’s the difference between going to Yale vs going to community college then transferring to a 4 year institute?. I mean let’s be FACTUAL here, you most likely won’t make any more money then someone starting off at a Community college. Not that...
Lets say that they graduated with a 2.3 GPA. Would paying for their college be a huge risk?
Back in the 50's and 60"s Airline Pilot was, but today Surgeons are.
I'd make two suggestions to increase your chances of getting into a "better" university:
1. Study this summer and retake the ACT in September. See if you can get a 30+.
2. Work really hard and get the best grades of. your life senior year.
With a 3.4 cumulative GPA and a 28 ACT, you can get into...
My parents live in NY and I attended a 2 year college in NY. However, I would like to finish up to earn my Associates at a community college in Texas. If I am an out of state tuition at the community college that I attend if I transfer from one community college to another, and if I am there for a year and find a...
I'm going to trade school right now, have multiple certificates in carpentry, plumbing, and electrical, soon to be going to a photovoltaics classes. Trade school is amazing, and trade school is extremely cheap! I already have a job that I am certified for and they are ready to hire me for 20 an hour STARTING...
I went to a regular college and flunked five times, went to a community college flunked three times... went to a trade school and flunked CDL school eight yes EIGHT times. I even got tutored and still couldn't pass. My doctor even said "This just isn't normal". I swear I'm not trolling I have...
Turns out that I have to take 15 credits each semester to graduate on time. How do people take so many classes without having grades suffer?
I graduated high school in 2016 so I am supposed to graduate in 2020, but instead I'm graduating in 2021. The reason is because I can only take 4 classes (12 credits) per semester because of my part time job. Also, I had to retake a bunch of classes which left me even more behind. My expected graduation date...
I am a rising high school senior who plans to go to college. I'm torn between 2 places: 1 is a somewhat far away state school while the other is a university 40 minutes away. The closer one is not quite as good a school, while the other is a little better, but much farther away. My close friend wants me to join...
I work about 50 hours a week. I dropped out of college 5 years ago but have decided to go back. Is it impossible to handle more than 2 classes with all the hours I'm working?
I will be 25 when I graduate. I have been through crap just for this degree. Do you think it was worth it? Will I survive off this degree?
I want to know how people's jobs/careers line up with their degree of choice. Feel free to include previous, current, and future job prospects.