You know how everyone talks about what shcool they'll attend when they graduate? Well, all of my buddies went to "cool" schools like USC or Syracuse, and then here I am going to a community college. Pretty lame right? Yeah I suppose so, until you consider 4 years down the road. My buddies took out college loans, so when they graduate they'll have upwards of 100k in debt. For a fraction of the cost, and without loans I can attend tunxis with equal opportunities. So if you don't think "debt" is cool, go to tunxis!
Tunxis is a great start to get all of your general education classes out of the way. It's very affordable, an easy transition from high school, and a gorgeous new campus. All of the teachers are great and help you along the way throughout each class. It's just a great starting point for a small budget, and it's really nice to go from high school to Tunxis instead of straight to a big University with a large, confusing campus.
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