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With such a diverse demographic, community college students from all walks of life can find helpful articles in this section.
The Secret Signs of Undiagnosed Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
Learn about the symptoms of Adult ADD and ADHD, and how an undiagnosed disorder may impact your academic, social, and professional endeavors.
Which Community College is Best for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder?
For students with autism spectrum disorder, community colleges across the country can provide excellent higher education support. Learn about how to choose the right community college that specifically meets the needs of ASD students.
Changing Student Demographics: Rising Number of Professional Students
Learn about the increasing numbers of older, professional students attending community colleges, which offer excellent opportunities for adult learners.
Adult-Friendly Degree Programs at Community College
We've found some of the best degree options for adults who are concerned about salary, job stability, and flexibility in earning a degree.
Wiser and Older: The Movement to Enroll Community College Students Over the Age of 50
Who says college is just for the 18 - 22 year old crowd? In fact, more community colleges are recruiting students over the age of 50 - and for good reason!
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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.
Why More Students are Choosing Community Colleges over Traditional Four-Year Schools
Community colleges are quickly becoming a key competitor against four year universities – and for many good reasons! Learn about why more students are opting to enroll in their local community college, rather than going straight to four year institutions.
How to Take Online Community College Classes for Free
Learn about programs across the country that allow students to take online community college classes for free.
Value of an Associates vs. Bachelors Degree
Compare the true value of earning your Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, and learn about which one will be worth your time and investment.
Why High School Students Should Take Community College Classes
Learn the many reasons why high school students should take community college classes.
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