junior college


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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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The Chief Minister said for the students opting for Urdu as second language Telugu should be an optional subject in the junior colleges.
The junior colleges experienced tremendous growth, however.
On the other hand, the number of applicants for enrollment has been decreasing, reflecting the deteriorated environment surrounding the junior colleges in general.
The scope of private junior college athletic programs is modest, representing approximately a quarter of all private two-year colleges, and nearly half of all private junior colleges that are not specifically training centered.
This study was designed to answer the question, does the student with a learning disability who attends a two-year college have greater success than the student without the junior college experience when attending a four-year institution?
Cisco Junior College at Abilene, LVN to RN and Generic Associate Degree Nursing Educational Programs
Junior college coaches have an excellent opportunity to develop these special relationships with their athletes, one that goes above and beyond simply guiding them on the field.
Traditional conceptions of the academic four-year college worked against development of a state-wide junior college system (MacKay 1969, 85).
Petersburg Junior College, in Clearwater, Fla., before enlisting in the U.
The New Mexico state conference will be held in Hobbs at the New Mexico Junior College and College of the Southwest, November 11-13.
Such was the case when ASAE member Steve Amador from Modesto Junior College (MJC) in Modesto, Calif., sent ASAE an e-mail message asking if his students within MJC's Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Department could create an ASAE student mechanization branch.
A controversy has developed in recent years over the impact of World War II on the California junior college curriculum.

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