College Freshman 2013-12-04T17:12:12Z
The student body at my school is incredibly diverse which is probably because of how close we are to DC. You meet people of all races, genders, and age here.
College Freshman 2013-12-04T17:08:00Z
I think if i got the chance to do it all over again, i would still have chosen to attend my current school. The money i save attending this school puts less of a pressure on my parents and allows me to stay out of debt for at least two years. Leaving home is also a big deal to me and attending a school ten minutes away is a big plus for me.
College Freshman 2013-12-04T17:01:58Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Filling out FAFSA was a bit of a pain because its a long process and I had to make several trips to the financial aid office. I also envy the fact that some of my friends have enough FAFSA money granted to them to cover all their classes while my parents still have to pay for more than half of my tuition. I would recommend getting a head start on the FAFSA application so you get your money in time.
College Freshman 2013-12-04T16:58:40Z
Im not really aware of post-grad services at my school since i do not plan on graduating from there i haven't looked into it. I do know that my school places a huge importance on transferring students to other four year colleges.
College Freshman 2013-12-04T16:55:26Z
I did not really expect my school to have much to offer considering that it is a community college. I was surprised to find out that my school offers basically anything a "real" college has to offer, it really feels like a school not just some random buildings you got everyday. My school has a gym, library, student centers, and tons of clubs/events.
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