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Community College Myths

Community college is a common path for people seeking higher education. In fact, around 8 million students were enrolled in a public two-year school for the 2018-2019 school year. Community colleges provide students impressive educations and are a great resource for people in a variety of situations. Community colleges can be associated with certain myths […]

What’s the difference between the Computer Information Systems and Computer Science Degrees?

Computer Information Systems (CIS) vs. Computer Science (CS) Which Degree is Right for You? You may find yourself comparing Computer Information Systems (CIS) and Computer Science (CS) and wondering which one is right for you. While the two degrees overlap somewhat, there are some major differences between Computer Information Systems and Computer Science. Below we […]

Dual Enrollment at MWCC

What is Dual Enrollment? Whether in high school or home school, dual enrollment allows high school students to earn credit for both their high school diploma and college degree simultaneously.  Dual enrollment offers students a real-life preview of what college courses are like, with integrated supports. It also offers students the opportunity to choose from a wider variety of classes […]

Community College vs. University: Pros and Cons

Choosing a school for higher learning involves more than picking which university to attend. In fact, when you understand the difference between community college and university, you may find you want to choose community college to save money and have better flexibility. When comparing two-year vs. four-year college, always examine both the pros and cons […]

College Credit for High School Work

Are you getting credit for what you achieved in high school? You may have thought that only AP courses would give you college credit, but there are other classes you could be eligible to receive credit for. High schools and Colleges have documented agreements that identify the classes that are eligible called Articulation Agreements. You […]