The stereotype about Houston Community College is that the student aren't hard worker, nor are they gifted academically enough for a four-year university,and that is simple not true!
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Wow. I'm not aware of a stereotype of students at my school. I can tell you that we have students from all parts of the world attending Houston Community College (HCC). We also have people from all age groups, people from all socio-economic backgrounds. One class I might sit next to someone who is straight out of high school and has limited life experience and the next I might sit by a retired vet who is simply broadening his horizon. Regardless of who I meet and what their major is; everyone I have met at HCC has been incredibly supportive and encouraging.
There is no stereotype to describe the student body at HCC. It is a very diverse group of people from every race, background, and age group.
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