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Old 05-28-2021, 04:51 PM
thetalady thetalady is offline
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Originally Posted by AGDee View Post
We have a couple universities (Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Wayne State) that I can think of off the top of my head where students take some of their classes at the main university but some of the basics at a community college. So they are half time at each. It has caused membership questions since they aren't full time. It saves them a TON of money though. In situations like that, it could make sense. There's also a community college in Texas where the students are automatically transferred to the 4 year University, isn't there? It's a niche case, but it exists.
You are probably thinking of Blinn College and Texas A&M in Bryan, TX
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