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Why do community colleges accept all students but not universities?

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2010-07-22 17:40:32
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Community colleges do not have an application process like universities do. They are not selective because, as their name might suggest, they are there to educate the community, which is also why they are much cheaper than universities. It may also have to do with the fact that community colleges do not receive as much funding as universities, so they need more students to enroll so they can meet their revenue minimums.

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