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Secondary Level
(under 18 years of age)

English Courses
(all ages)

Community College Programs

Often called a “Junior” college, a Community college is an institution of higher learning that offers, at most, two academic years of education leading to the Associate of Arts (AA) degree or Associate of Science (AS) degree. Undergraduate students studying at community colleges can earn academic credit towards a Bachelor’s degree when they transfer into a University for two additional years. One benefit of doing so is typically lower tuition coast for the first two years of study.

Community college may also have a more flexible admission process and can be benefit the intl. student as they adjust to the pace of the U.S. academic life and practice their English language skills.

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Explore your Possibilities

Take a look at the map below and choose your preferred location (state or city) to study at a Community College. Then, from the Community Colleges list below, click on your desired school to go directly to their web page for more information.