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A two-year community college will save thousands on basic college courses
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Students looking to save money on college should consider taking their first two years at a community college. They will cover the same basic requirements, but with lower costs, and credits that will likely transfer towards a bachelor's degree at a four-year university. Look for a community college that has an articulation agreement with a four-year university, so the credits will transfer. For students already attending a four-year university away from home, consider taking summer courses at a local community college that will transfer over in fall.