I am not aware of too many Community Colleges that offer a BA / BS program. Therefore, I would recommend that you plan on completing as many courses as possible through the Community College and then transferring to a University that will allow you to graduate with a BA / BS. You will need one of these to apply to Med School along with an MCAT test. Talk to your counselor at the Community College to determine what classes will transfer to the University you are interested in (they may have a list or a website you can check to ensure you are not taking courses that will not transfer.) Do your best to get the best grades possible, this will help you with scholarships and it will also help your GPA when you transfer. All of the Community College Classes that you can transfer to a University will be included in your GPA. Med School is very competitive so the better your GPA, the better your chances. Good luck!