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One factor consideration in choosing a college for many students is the choice between a two-year and a four-year college. If attending a traditional 4 year college appears too expensive or time consuming but you still want to upgrade your skills or earn more, community college may be the practical, economic solution you are looking for. Read More >>>
Pennsylvania Community Colleges (2-Yr Colleges)
Pennsylvania Junior Colleges, Technical Schools, and Institutes
While the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has a long and rich tradition of public postsecondary institutions going back to the earliest days of the nation's history, community colleges are a relatively recent addition with the establishment of the first college in 1964. Years of debate in the legislature and a number of different bills calling for the establishment of community colleges finally resulted in legislation in 1963, authorizing the establishment of public community colleges with local sponsors, whether a city, county or local school district. The resulting 15 public community colleges are locally autonomous, locally sponsored and locally controlled. Co-existing with the community colleges across the state is a system of two-year branch campuses of Pennsylvania State University.
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Pennsylvania Community Colleges and Two Year Colleges
Colleges and universities in Pennsylvania share a long tradition of academic excellence and cultural stimulation. But this makes perfect sense when one realizes that the various campuses spread throughout the state all have easy access to major cities (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Baltimore, New York, and Washington) and easy access to rural countryside.