Jefferson College would not be ideal for someone looking to join a big school. Or people who are looking to join clubs, activities, or other social connections. There are not as many clubs and activities around as you would see at a university or four year college. Also, people tend to keep to themselves, so it is harder to make friends at this type of college. Also, if you want to go to a school with mostly people of our own age, this is not the right place. There are people of all age groups attending this college.
Lazy or unmotivated
Jefferson College is a great community college and is really for everyone. People of all ages and cultures attend in hope to better themselves, whether it's to get a promotion in a current job, or to prepare for a future career. There isn't a single person who couldn't attend Jefferson College.
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