Does community college divert students from four-year degrees?

Does community college divert students from four-year degrees?

(engaging music) – [Narrator] Seventeen million students were enrolled in four-year colleges in 2017. At the same time, nearly 9 million students were enrolled in public two-year colleges. These two-year colleges—that are known as community colleges— are, for many students, a first step to a four-year degree. In fact, if you take all the students […]

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Discover Queensborough Community College

Discover Queensborough Community College

[Student 1] There’s something different about Queensborough. [Student 2] From the moment I got to campus, I knew this wasn’t like any other two-year college. [Advisor 1] At Queensborough, you learn from faculty who are at the top of their fields; the kind you’d expect to find at an Ivy League university. [Professor] You have […]

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Enroll Now at Cape Fear Community College

Enroll Now at Cape Fear Community College

At Cape Fear, I can get a head start on my four year degree for thousands less. At Cape Fear, I get to play the sports that I love and get a great education. At Cape Far, I can train at a top ranked school for a high earning career. At Cape Fear, I can […]

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Fighting Fire With Fire: Using Cultural Burning Practices

Fighting Fire With Fire: Using Cultural Burning Practices

We’re burning to restore the land restore the resources restore water. Today we’re burning the Redbud and Sourberry which is a three-leaf sumac. Both of them are dying and they need new growth and in order to get that we burn it. Cultural burning is a traditional land stewardship tool, employed by indigenous people all […]

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EducationUSA Interactive: Community Colleges

EducationUSA Interactive: Community Colleges

[MUSIC PLAYING] MR. ALFRED BOLL: Good morning, and good evening to our viewers joining us from around the world. My name is Alfred Boll, and I represent EducationUSA and the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State in Washington DC. Today’s Facebook Live is about community colleges and why international […]

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Community College Summit: Opening Session

Community College Summit: Opening Session

Dr. Jill Biden: Well, I think one of the great things is that Americans are seeing that all students are the right students for community colleges. I’ve always said that they are America’s best kept secret, and hopefully now the secret’s out. William Green: When you mention and you advocate for community colleges, people come […]

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On a Cultural Note: Mariachi strikes a chord with a diversity of students

On a Cultural Note: Mariachi strikes a chord with a diversity of students

[Diverse & Multidisciplinary Perspectives] When I heard that there was a Mariachi Band I was like “Yes I got to do that sign me up” There are different cultural groups on campus like Los Troncos but also within the group there is a wide variety of different kinds of people So you’ve got majors of […]

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Marx Part 3: Cultural Marxism & Political Correctness | Philosophy Tube

Marx Part 3: Cultural Marxism & Political Correctness | Philosophy Tube

March is my month of Marx! In Part 1 we looked at Labour and Class conflict, in Part 2 we looked at Capitalism’s Consequences. Today we’re looking at the term ‘Cultural Marxism,’ and if you’re watching this video, it might be because you’ve just used that phrase and someone has linked you to me. So […]

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Top 5 Myths about Community College

Top 5 Myths about Community College

Top 5 Community College Myths Myth 1: Community College is for people who can’t get into a university. False! Community College students tend to have higher GPAs than their university counterparts. — American Educational Research Association and Sage Publications, 20114 “The Community College Route to the Bachelor’s Degree” Community college transfer students maintain a higher […]

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Cultural Humility: A Humber College Documentary

Cultural Humility: A Humber College Documentary

[music rises and falls for next minute and throughout] [Father Michael Della Penna] So I’m sitting here listening to you, and, uh, you’re so, uh, typically diversified Canadians. So beautiful, such a richness I see when I’m, uh, speaking to you. And I wanted to kinda fit that into the context of what y- we’re […]

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