Four types of people who benefit from community college

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Students often go to community college to start an undergraduate degree before transferring to a four-year institution, to save money or to improve their transcripts and develop skills that they missed in high school. But officials say there is a broader range of students who can benefit from what community colleges have to offer. 

Below are four additional types of learners who may also gain from starting or completing their education at a community college.

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