NO! I have a Bachelor's Degree and lots of extra credits for my teacher certification. Most community colleges have a reputation to protect. They want people to attend their school too. But, if Universities do not accept community college credits, the community college would go bankrupt! As a result, the community college has to be sure that the student can tolerate the Math, English and other stuff from the University. So, generally the work is just a hard. HOWEVER, I must say, community colleges typically have less students in each class. As a result, teachers can focus on your needs better and can spend a small amount of time extra on your questions, but God help you if you are in a freshmen university forum style lecture hall and there are 300 of you in class that day and you have a question. It's hard for the professor to stop and answer you. However, typically classes have Labs and you have to attend Lab as well, you will have a TA (teachers assistant) giving the lab, you can get a lot of questions answered there. It all works out in the end. So don't be afraid of going to the university, it's a lot of FUN! Trust me!