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junior college:

see community collegecommunity college,
public institution of higher education. Community colleges are characterized by a two-year curriculum that leads to either the associate degree or transfer to a four-year college. The transfer program parallels the first two years of a four-year college.
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junior college

A post-high school institution which offers a 2-year program of study of a terminal nature or in preparation for continued college studies.
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Juco testified how he would constantly be screamed at while at WHV and have work piled on him.
"The quest to get to Grand Junction is the lifeblood of junior college baseball," former San Jacinto College-North (Texas) coach and current Rice skipper Wayne Graham said in "JUCO's Journey," written by Patti Arnold with Richard Rosenblatt.
The JuCo coach may also be a teacher at the high school level or younger; whose athletes could be considering a career in education.
Men are expected to be decisive and should not appear to regret their decisions; Juco's comments illustrate these ideals: To me being a man means basically having balls, that's what I think.
No se puede perder de vista la existencia de este Departamento de Historia, ni tampoco su brutal cierre, que se enmarco en el movimiento estudiantil de 1971, promovido por el MOIR (Movimiento Obrero Independiente Revolucionario) y la JUPA (Juventud Patriotica) y, en forma mas tangencial, por la JUCO (Juventud Comunista).
Cana brava (en casi toda la region andina, aunque este nombre tambien le es asignado a Gynerium sagittatum), cana de chipre, cana de popo, cana de Castilla (Bogota), carrizo (Cauca), juco, juinanashu jua (Sibundoy, Putumayo).
[Luego, en la adolescencia, y como militante de la Juventud Comunista (Juco)]: cayo en mis manos un libro sobre las guerrillas bulgaras [...] hablaba del papel del Ejercito Rojo en la Segunda Guerra Mundial, y de una guerrillera que se llamaba Yanira.
29, 2002); E-mail from Cynthia Juco, Assistant Director of Student Affairs, Fordham University School of Law, to Mauricio Espana, Cooper Editor, Fordham Urban Law Journal (Apr.
ANDES (Andean High School Association), ACEU (Colombian Association of University Youth), JUCO (Young Communists of Colombia) and OCLAE (Continental Organization of Caribbean and Latin American Youth) are groups that have actively fought to bring together the very people in Colombia the state and paramilitaries are trying to tear apart.
Se quiso poner ahi un elenco estelarisimo --en ese tiempo, claro esta-- y a los reclamos de don Luis estuvieron todos los ninos chipocludos de entonces: Silvia Pinal, Enrique Rambal, Jose Baviera, Claudio Brook, Tito Juco, Ofelia Guilmain, Jacqueline Andere, Luis Beristain, Nadia Haro Oliva, Javier Loya --!oh, Narciso!-- y asi y asi.
Earlier, the Emmanuel Santos-owned Pride of Laguna and jockey JD Juco controlled the race from the middle to score the victory at the 2018 Philracom 3YO Open Challenge.