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Does Your Community College Allow Guns on Campus?
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Community college campuses should be a safe place, and these policies, controversial or not, aim to achieve that goal.
Sex Offenders: Banned on Community Colleges
Sex offenders may soon be banned on community colleges. Learn about the community college that has taken this watershed step in preventing children sex offenders from taking classes on campus.
Community Colleges Contemplate Armed Security Guards on Campus
Can armed officers make a community college campus safer? Many community colleges think so. Learn about the growing trend of armed guards on community college campuses.
Campus Safety on Community Colleges
Learn about how you can stay safe and secure on your community college campus
Should Instructors Be Allowed to Carry Guns on Campus?
With the growing number of on-campus shootings, some states are debating whether or not community college instructors should carry concealed weapons on campus. Learn about both sides of the heated debate.
How Community Colleges are Working to Stop Drunk Driving
Learn about the innovative programs, curriculum, and parades that community colleges are creating to prevent drunk driving on campus.
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Why More Students are Choosing Community Colleges over Traditional Four-Year Schools
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Learn about the benefits and disadvantages of academic bankruptcy and whether this option is right for your GPA and financial aid eligibility.
Transferring from Community College to a 4-year Institution
Learn about the steps you need to take to successfully transfer from a community college to a 4-year institution.
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