I'm not sure. A stereotype I've heard about community colleges in general is that they aren't as good as universities, and that the only people who attend are students who don't "measure up" to a "better school." I don't think that's true. Community colleges have a lot of good things going for them, and that's definitely true of SCC. It's like a small town, a community in itself. Attending school here, I expect, will feel a lot less anonymous and more personal than a larger university. Plus, being in a quieter and smaller campus envirnoment will give me a chance to focus more on what I'm really there for: my learning. Speaking of which, I have every reason to believe that SCC takes academics just as seriosuly as any other school.
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