What are the top 3 reasons someone should attend Holyoke Community College?

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Anonymous, Student, Holyoke Community College, Class of 2017

They have a free introductory program for a new students entering college. They accommodate your class schedule to your crazy hectic life. They also help teenage mothers and adults to persevere in college.

Anonymous, Student, Holyoke Community College, Class of 2016

If anticipating going to a 4 year college, HCC is a cheaper way to get prerequisites toward their major out of the way. Students looking to work in a trade such as culinary arts, medical assistant can get certificate in a year. The campus provides lots of resources to incoming students for example they have a writing lab for students who need extra help formatting their writing.

Anonymous, Student, Holyoke Community College, Class of 2017

People should attend HCC if they are still not sure what they want to do, if they want to transfer to a university, or if they can't afford to go to a university right away.

Anonymous, Student, Holyoke Community College, Class of 2016

A lot of people shy away from community college and think that they're better off at some top university, but chances are that a lot of them are going to go to a university and end up back at a community college. HCC gives you a chance to explore different topics without making a hole in your pocket. It helps you become familiar with the educational part of the college experience without entirely overwhelming you, and it also gives you the skills to become a better student for when the time to transfer to a university comes.

Anonymous, Student, Holyoke Community College, Class of 2016

The top 3 reasons someone should attend Holyoke Community College are for financial aids, forwarding their educational and it's a small college, everyone is friendly, you will feel welcome here.

Anonymous, Student, Holyoke Community College, Class of 2015

1) It is affordable 2) The professors are outstanding 3) It is in a convenient location for the surrounding towns

Anonymous, Student, Holyoke Community College, Class of 2015

It is a high caliber education at a price that is far less than enrolling a four-year institution for first two years. HCC provides many opportunities for extracurricular campus involvement and ways to develop leadership skills. Attending HCC is a great way to prove yourself as a student in a more intimate setting and make yourself much more attractive to the more elite colleges to transfer to.

Anonymous, Student, Holyoke Community College, Class of 2015

It is a very convenient school, and the teachers take time to help you succeed and plan your career. My criminal justice professors were amazing and really inspired me to work hard for a better future!

Anonymous, Student, Holyoke Community College, Class of 2016

Afforibility. Diveristy. Programs.

Afforability, cheap and plenty of options to get a good education (it may take a while to pay off) Diveristy, no on campus living so people commute ftom all over with diferent ages, backgrounds and memories to add to the experience.

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