-If you are undecided about a major or University, you want to go to go here to get your thoughts straight.
-If you know what your major is you can also go here b/c you can save money while taking the same lower division classes your taking at the University level. Just know what you have to do to transfer and have a plan. i.e. see a counseler at the University desired.
-It is not for losers b/c most of the people in community college can get into the State University, but decide to go a different route and transfer to a more accredited University.
-Classes are not curved, can be harder than a University depending on where you go, and which school has a good rep.(Goes for lower division classes)
-You can earn an AA degree, or earn certificates while attending the community college, and also transfer at the same time. Just plan it out.
-Usually close to home.
-Can be easier than CC because of curves, just do better than the person sitting next to you (goes for both lower and upper division classes).
-Cost money. i.e. food, housing, transportation, entertainment, etc.
-Opportunities to research with professors.
-Experiences of living away from home, learn how to manage your expenses, and living with strangers.
-You don't have to work hard in high school to go to a University, just study do well, i.e. get good grades, don't slack off, have a successful attitude.
-No matter what route you choose, just plan things out.