Junior and community colleges are two-year educational institutions in America where you can earn an Associate Degree. After those two years, there is an option to transfer to a regular university where you can earn a bachelor’s degree, in which case you enter in the third year and thus still earn a bachelor’s degree in four years.
In terms of sports, most junior and community colleges are in the NJCAA. These colleges are less expensive and have a greater focus on hands-on learning.
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