Filter list arrow-down
Results for #community-college Clear Search  ×

Are Minors offered at community colleges?

Or are Majors the only thing offered since it's a small college? #majors-and-minors...

#community-college

1

Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:56

1 answers

Posted by K J.
Natalie Fein, MSeD, NCC, DCC | Nationally Certified Counselor Hi KJ, Most community colleges don't offer minors because usually students ...

When applying for Med school how important is the school from which you took your pre-requisites from?

As my goal is a path that takes me onto medical school, I want to make sure that the choice of college doesn’t hinder my options too much. For example, can you take pre-requisites at a community college? #community-college...

#prerequisites

0

Active Jan 23 at 10:27

0 answers

Posted by Emily A.

How can I transfer to a 4 year college after I complete 2 years of community college?

I wish to transfer to another college after I complete two years of community college in order to save costs....

#community-college

1

Active Apr 24 at 09:48

1 answers

Posted by Ashley T.
Sergei Dines | Founder & President of Aksiomtek I would consult the admissions office / academic adviser by setting ...

Is community college the way to go?

I would like to go to a specific university, but there is a chance I will not get accepted. A community college near by said many students go there for two years and then transfer to the university. Will I still be facing the acceptances difficulties, or will there be a easier acceptances rate?...

#community-college

2

Active Apr 22 at 18:41

2 answers

Posted by Sabrina J.
Staci McDonald | Proposal Consultant at Dell I think if you do really well in Community College, your ...

What opinions do you have on going to a community college first and then transfer?

im going to community first and then maybe transfer but im unsure if i should. #college #life...

#community-college

3

Active Mar 08 at 13:15

3 answers

Posted by Esmeralda R.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps I chose to attend a four year university. But it is ...

Can you get an associates degree at a community college and continue at a different college for a Bachelors?

Is it possible to get an associates degree at a community college, and then go to school for two more years at a different one and get your Bachelors? Or do you have to start all over? #degree #associates-degree...

#community-college

1

Active Sep 12 '17 at 20:26

1 answers

Posted by Tre W.
Alexandra Capobianco | Data Specialist, Communications Major Absolutely! I got my AA degree at a community college & ...

How does a university differ from a community college?

I really don't know the difference so I'm looking for some specific answers. thanks! #nursing #university...

#community-college

2

Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:26

2 answers

Posted by abby M.
Vania Benavides | Digital Marketing Coordinator, PPC Specialist, Social Media Strategy So, I went straight to a university. I went to a ...

If I were to work on my prerequisites at a local public university for two years and then transfer too a public university out of state, is it worth it?

I have never really wanted to go to a local college because its too close to home and I love to travel. I only chose it because it was cheaper than any others and my parents are not helping me pay for college. Would it be worth it to switch colleges after two years or should I just stay with...

#community-college #college #college-transfer

0

Active Mar 13 at 18:37

0 answers

Posted by Jade S.
Jesus Rosales | Financial Accounting A lot of community colleges have great transfer programs. If you ...

What are the benefits of attending a community college first?

What are the pros and cons of attending a 2 year institution before transferring to a 4 year Vs attending a 4 year the entire time? #community-college #university...

#college

1

Active Apr 01 at 18:46

1 answers

Posted by Erica H.
Alexandra Capobianco | Data Specialist, Communications Major It’s helpful because it saves money. Attending community college adds up ...

What carrer I should study to be a videogame designer?

I will no be able to go to a university that teach videogmae desing and I don't know what of does university as trustful or not. So I will like to know what carrer that are teached in a community college I could learn in order to become a videogame designer. #video-game-design...

#community-college

3

Active Mar 23 at 01:21

3 answers

Posted by Leyki R.
Cuong Nguyen | Web Designer/Motion Graphic Designer Which career should you study to be a video game designer, ...

I plan on getting my associates degree in nursing then later perusing on, but my question is should I apply to the nursing program my senior year of high school? Or should I take prerequisites first?

I plan on going to a community college (bridgevalley) I cannot even find what prerequisites are required. Maybe one of you could do better than I could if you would mind looking. But I don't know if I should apply next year (my senior year) or after my prereqs. PLEASE HELP #nursing #help...

#nursing-education #community-college

3

Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:13

3 answers

Posted by Kali M.
Beth Garrett, RN | RN at Pediatric IV Solutions You should meet with an advisor at the college you plan ...

Is it better to stick to a community college for all 4 years or is it better to transfer to a university?

I'm currently enrolled into a community college and i am a freshman. Should i continue in a community college or should i transfer in 2 years or less into a university? I want to major in architecture. #architecture #community-college #college #college-major...

#academic-advising

1

Active Jun 04 at 16:46

1 answers

Posted by Sandra G.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... There's no best way. If you want to continue at community ...

Is it better to go to a community college before a university or four year college?

I'm a senior this year and I do not know if its best to go to a community college before a university. #college #community-college #academic-advising...

#nursing

0

Active Apr 20 at 21:52

0 answers

Posted by Hartasia T.

How difficult is it to transition from community college to a four year university?

I am currently enrolled in community college. After I complete my Associates in Art there then I want to continue on to an undecided four year university. Will it be easy to transition since I will have an associates degree? Just how different are universities from community colleges, besides...

#college-prep #community-college #college-transfer

1

Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:30

1 answers

Posted by Hailey B.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive I think you need to decide on a major before you ...

Is it easier to go to a junior college first then transfer to a 4-year?

just needed some extra help #college #college-bound...

#community-college

1

Active Aug 29 '17 at 14:15

1 answers

Posted by Kylee W.
Jordan Rivera | Community Manager at CareerVillage Hey Kylee! Great question! I was a transfer student from a ...

How can you convince your parents into letting you apply for a university instead of a two year college?

This is my situation right now and I have been working on scholarships to obtain as much money as possible. None of my friends are in the same position so I am putting this question out there to see if anyone can relate or has advice. #college #scholarships #financial-aid...

#community-college

1

Active May 04 at 21:44

1 answers

Posted by Alyssa C.
Carole Curtis | Director of Career Services at CareerPlex USA / ... Hi Alyssa: Good question!! From experience with this I might be ...

Should I go to college if I don't know what to do with what I've studied?

I'd like to go to community college and study business and psychology, but I'm not sure what I'd do with what I've learned. I don't like the idea of becoming a therapist of any kind or a business owner. I have no interest in going to a 4 year college unless what I want to do calls for it. Is...

#community-college #business #communitycollege #psychology

2

Active Jun 20 at 07:43

2 answers

Posted by K J.
Linda Ann Robinson, Ph.D. | Industrial-Organizational Psychology & HR Consulting Hi K.J. ,Many young people are unsure about a career focus. ...

Would saving money and going to a community college for two years be acceptable?

I've been told that doing this is perfectly fine yet a lot of people are also telling me that the first two years of going to a University is where you make all the meaningful connections you will be needing for your career. #college #university #college-admissions...

#community-college

4

Active Feb 27 at 08:07

4 answers

Posted by Sean J.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Sean! By all means yes it is acceptable and recommended. ...

Is it possible for me to double major at a community college?

I wish to major in both business management and fine arts so I can become an art director, but I'm not sure if I can do that at a community college. #community-college #double-major #business-management...

#fine-art

1

Active Apr 27 at 12:05

1 answers

Posted by Ashley T.
Misty Miller | CLG @ AT&T DirecTV Most two year community colleges do not do a double major ...

Due to the competitive nature, do Big 4 firms discriminate against students who start at a community college?

So I am a student at community college for financial reasons, however I do not want that to make me a 'weaker' candidate. If it does, what can I do to set myself apart from the pack? #accounting #community-college #auditing #working-in-big-companies #deloitte #ey #kpmg...

#pwc

8

+4
Active Jun 15 at 12:25

8 answers

Posted by Tiffany B.
Joel Pennington, CPA | Experienced Assurance Associate at PwC Hi Tiffany,Big 4 firms do not value what school you went ...

How does the Phi Theta Kappa seal on my degree affect my means of employment?

Just the other day I was invited to join Phi Theta Kappa and was wondering what it actually looks like to employers. #community-college #associates-degree #employee-benefits #employee-recognition...

#phi-theta-kappa

2

Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:52

2 answers

Posted by Brandon H.
Bethany Krombholz | Senior Travel Communications Specialist Personally, I'm not sure that this affects employment at all. If ...

Would it be more beneficial for a person to go to a community college because of the amount of people attending as well?

Im not sure if the college that I want to go to would have to have a smaller amount of students or a higher amount of students? #wheredoigo #smaller #orbigger #college #college-selection...

#community-college

2

Active Dec 09 '17 at 11:40

2 answers

Posted by Magaly L.
Nancy Hamp, MA | Organizational Leadership • Assessment and Interviewing • Educational ... Magaly, number of students is one factor to consider when choosing ...

What do I do if I suspect that one of my parents is unsupportive of me going to college?

As a current high school graduate, I'm looking forward to starting off at my community college this fall. I finished registration and got my financial aid straightened out, and FAFSA looks like It could really help me. During my spare time< I scroll online for any scholarships that could help....

#first-generation #psychology #college #financial-aid #teaching #community-college

3

Active Aug 07 '17 at 22:08

3 answers

Posted by Briana P.
Jaclyn Lee | Senior Components Liaison at IFMA Hi Briana! I worked for a local university specializing in first ...

Would it be cheaper to start off at a community college and transfer?

6

+2
Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:52

6 answers

Posted by Lyndsey H.
Brendon Larsen, PTA | Physical Therapist Assistant & Academic Mentor Absolutely. Be sure that from the get-go you have both the ...

Is it time for me to get a part time job?

My name is Briana and I'll be starting my second year at my community college this upcoming fall semester. I'll be taking thirteen units and my parents have been recently pushing me to apply for a job with nods to "we're hiring" signs. I understand with my age I should be working, but I'm not...

#work-life-balance #psychology #first-generation-college-students #japan #community-college #women-in-stem

13

+9
Active Apr 03 at 14:37

13 answers

Posted by Briana P.
Laura Nelling | Assurance Senior Associate at PwC Briana, I'm sure a lot of your peers can relate to ...

What advice do you have for transfer students?

3

Active Apr 03 at 14:57

3 answers

Posted by Vera L.
Elizabeth Coccia | Higher Education Professional - M.Ed For many students, the first stop on their college career is ...

Is college worth the investiment if I am interested in pursuing a creative field?

Hello, currently I am an art student attending community college for an associate's degree in fine art and for a while now I have been contemplating if I am really suited to be in a college environment? Because after reflecting upon my own skills and interests I have recognized that I do not...

#creative-direction #artist #career #associates-degree #future-careers #fine-art #financial-planning #personal-development #career-details #community-college

5

+1
Active Jun 16 at 13:57

5 answers

Posted by Timothy G.
Jennifer Jastrab | Visual Artist & Educator Much of what you learn about making art will come from ...

How can I gain work experience when I am unemployed?

Hello, I am a student attending community college and I am interested in getting a part-time job while I am attending school but, unfortunately, I do not have allot of work related experience. My dilemma is that I need more experience to get a job but I can not get any experience because I do...

#college-jobs #unemployment #career #work-experience #part-time-job #community-college #job-search #gaining-experience

3

Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:55

3 answers

Posted by Timothy G.
Troy Golba | Training Manager & Adult Educator Good day, Congrats you are ready to select an incredible part ...

More from CareerVillage.org

Schools Add a school

No schools added.

Groups Join a group

No groups joined.

Follow Us

Ask a Question

Close form
By posting, you are accepting the terms of service and privacy agreement.