Home / Articles / By Julie Bilz, Program Chair/Assistant Professor of Education, Ivy Tech Community College, Columbus, Ind
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2012 January 23 - 12:00 am
David (not a real student) wants to go into teaching. He decides he is going to attend a community college to ease into the college climate because he has been out of school for many years. He contacts his local community college and makes an appointment with an advisor. As he sits down with his advisor, he is asked what four-year university he wants to attend. David has no idea at this point. His advisor tells him he needs to know where he wants to transfer because his program and courses will be based on the four-year institution he wants to attend. David asks about his choices.

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