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Save $80K by First Attending Community College
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From free textbooks to even dental services, learn about all the freebies and discounts available to community college students.
Finding Childcare on Community College Campuses
Learn how you can balance the roles of being a student and a parent by securing child care assistance on campus.
Smile at Free or Low Cost Dental Services at Community Colleges
While dental procedures are typically expensive, preventative services at your local community college is very affordable - if not free! Learn about how you can get low cost dental services through your community college's dental hygienist training program.
Is Health Insurance through Your Community College a Good Deal?
Community college health insurance can save you more than $1,000 each year. Learn more about the coverage and policies offered right through your community college campus.
Free Community College Textbooks
Textbooks can be a financial burden for community college students, but there are ways you can obtain textbooks for free.
How to Find Cheap Textbooks for Community College Classes
Are you paying too much for community college textbooks? Learn about how you can save money on your textbooks, ranging from tips on how to find the best used deals to even renting your textbooks.
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How to Earn Your GED and College Degree Simultaneously
Learn about the importance of a GED to your future career and earning potential, as well as explore how you can earn both your GED and college degree simultaneously at your local community college.
Online Community College Classes
Learn how online courses broaden the options of a community college education.
Obtaining Your Bachelors Degree at a Community College
Learn about the growing trend of obtaining your bachelor's degree in community college.
Why High School Students Should Take Community College Classes
Learn the many reasons why high school students should take community college classes.
Taking the Honors Track at Community College vs. a Regular Four-Year College Path
Valedictorians and honors students are increasingly choosing honors programs at community colleges instead of four-year institutions after graduating from high school. Learn about the trends and benefits of taking the honors track at a community college before transferring to a four-year institution.
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