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Established in 1966, Wallace State Community College provides programs that prepare students to meet the demands of Alabama’s work force.

After finishing their education at TCC, many students enjoy productive lives in the workforce or transfer to major universities to continue their education.

Santa Fe College is one of the leading public colleges in America.

With eight campuses, Miami Dade College is the largest higher-education school in the United States.

From its Kids on Campus program to the Institute for Learning in Retirement, Frederick Community College provides programs for students of all ages.

Burlington County College is a community college that trains students to enter the workforce in Burlington County.

Broward College prepares students to transfer on to major universities or enter the workforce directly.

Chattanooga State Community College was established in 1965 to meet the demand of workers in engineering technology and computer science.