What's a good US community college for humanities?
June 6, 2004 3:11 PM Subscribe
Being young and foolish, a friend from #mefi is considering relocating to the US. Being also poor and uneducated, He will be in need of a moderately priced education, so he is looking at community colleges. [More Inside]
So for reasons too various to explain, I am considering moving. I am an American citizen, but I was born and raised in Europe. I don't have any particular location to move to in mind yet, but since I'll be needing a job to support myself, it'll probably be a metropolitan area. That makes New York City, San Francisco or Los Angeles likely candidates (I'm a tech worker).Hope you wonderful people will help out an honourary MeFi member.
Are you aware of any community colleges that have a particular reputation for being decent (if not good) in Humanities courses?
Eventually, I would like to transfer to a regular four-year college or university to study Political Science or International Relations, so any advice you could give me to that end, would be helpful.
Furthermore, at the risk of making this thread too unfocused, I'd be interested in any experiences you may have had while attending community college. Thanks.