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VOCATIONALTECHNICAL COMMUNITYCOLLEGES BACHELOR DEGREE COLLEGES &
UNIVERSITIES
Prepare for a specific occupation through skills training Offer associate degrees and certificates in variety of areas Multitude of academic degrees and credentials programs: associate, bachelor, masters and doctroal programs
Integrate academic curriculum with hands-on Some certificate programs may be hands-onOther programs academically based Few hands-on programsMost academically based
Tuition varies Tuition is reasonably priced More costly-charge higher tuition and fees
Typically no residential halls Typically no residential halls Option for residence hall living or commuting
Admission requirements vary Open admissions, some majors have selective admissions requirements Competitive admissions
Public or proprietary Public Public or private
Support services vary Typically offer more support services and allow more time for adjustment to college life Foster quicker adjustment to independent life
Smaller student/teacher ratio Typically smaller in student/teacher ratio Tend to be larger both physically and in student/teacher ratio
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