Lower tuition and less debt draw students to community colleges

Lynn Russo Whylly's picture
Thursday, June 13, 2013

With the month of June now here, high school seniors from all around the country are slipping on their caps and gowns, walking across stages to receive diplomas and starting whole new lives.

Once September rolls around, some will be in a new job, while others will go to a four-year school or a community college.

But what are the benefits of going to a community college and getting an associate's degree? Is going to a four-year school better?

Some might say a two-year degree won't get you much these days.

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