Maybe you’re not looking in the right place!
It doesn’t have to be. The cost of community college can make life so much easier as you work toward the future you see.
Having a college degree on your radar is smart; statistics still show it makes a big difference during the course of a lifetime, not to mention the quality of work you’ll be able to do vs. just having a J.O.B.
Did you know you could save thousands of dollars—somewhere in the neighborhood of $20,000 per year—by going to a community college? More and more students are realizing they can work on and complete their degrees without going broke or coming out of college with a boatload of debt.
We’ll let you do the math and compare Kirtland with the four-year universities you are considering or currently attending. College can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. It is an investment, but why put your finances upside down if you don’t have to?
Attending Kirtland is less expensive and—hold on a second—delivers better results.
We’ve been tracking the success of Kirtland transfer students. They are doing better than four-year students. There are lots of reasons why, but the quality of our programs, minus the financial burden rank right up there on the list.
We also make the process easy for you. There are transfer experts serving as staff members at Kirtland. They do it all day and keep up on what’s new just for you.
If you’re planning to transfer in order to complete a bachelor’s degree, we have a slew of so-called STEM classes (science, technology, engineering and math) that complete the prerequisites for a bunch of career fields.
So let’s get this straight: Kirtland is less expensive than four-year universities; our transfer students are more successful than their four-year counterparts—and we are ready to make the process seamless.
It’s time to be smart with your money, start to earn (or complete) that college degree and create a career you love.
We’re ready. Are you?