Peterson's Guide to Two-Year Colleges 1997
Numbering in the millions, students at community colleges account for approximately haft of all undergraduate enrollees. A record number of students are taking advantage of the unique programs community and junior colleges have to offer. Young students pursue associate degrees or prepare to transfer to a four-year institution, while many adults find two-year colleges to be the best place to resume their studies for either personal enrichment or improving their job skills.
Young students and adults alike will turn to the all-new 28th edition of Peterson's Two-Year Colleges for the comprehensive, detailed information they need, including:
A complete resource, Peterson's Two-Year Colleges '98 includes valuable information and advice on:
This unique guide includes photos, maps, and in-depth descriptions. These descriptions, written by admission directors themselves, provide details available nowhere else!
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