Important to attend a community college
According to the American association of community colleges, 44 percent of all undergraduate college students are enrolled at a community college. The importance of community college is likely to rise even father as the economy continues to evolve and industries demand works with new skills. Usually community college refers to a group of people living in a common geographical location. This group of people obeys some social norms and some common value among themselves. As such, there are so many communities the world over, separated by languages, cultures, or geographical locations. However, they are ...view middle of the document...
This is a kind of community feeling, without community people would be alone, there would not be anyone to talk to or to share with.
Second thing is we can complete their basic requirement any course. For example, students are going to get their general graduation requirement out of the way one way or another. Community colleges are good places to earn these credits. The faculty at community colleges tends to focus more on teaching than research. Another example, the students, whoever is coming from other country therefore, they are not speaking english language. They need to finish the first basic requirement for their major as an example Math, English, History etc. They have good opportunity to get in community college. Most students, I believe, fine that general education types of courses are often the most difficult types of courses in their educational experience.
Third thing is Community colleges offer students the opportunity to save money to attend a four-year college, get ready for a career, try out college and take advantage of a flexible schedule. For a example, many community colleges have agreements to ensure students credits will transfer to a four-year school, and some schools offer need and merit based aid to community college...