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2016 April 13 - 12:00 am

It’s the Next Level of Community College Work

Eighty percent of entering community college students want to transfer in pursuit of baccalaureate degrees; yet across the nation, only 14 percent of students who enter a community college have transferred to a baccalaureate institution and earned a bachelor’s degree within six years.

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