Community college

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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.[1] Recently some of them have been offering bachelor's degrees, such as Central Florida Community College.[2] 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."

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