A community college is a type of educational institution that is geared towards local students with different needs. As of January 2008, 11.5 million students are enrolled in community colleges.  Recently some of them have been offering bachelor's degrees, such as Central Florida Community College.  They typically have smaller classes and libraries then universities. Community colleges are governed by a board of trustees, and they then select a president or chancellor to lead the factuality. They are sometimes referred to as "junior colleges."