Choosing a college….2 year or 4 year?

Choosing a college is a big decision for high school seniors, and a lot of times it can be stressful choosing what route you want to take. These decisions help determine the rest of your life, so it is important to choose carefully and wisely. Before you go right into choosing what college you want to go to it is important to think about career choice, what colleges offer that degree, etc. Luckily, there are two options to consider when choosing a school thats best for you, Thomas Nelson’s two year program or a traditional four year college .

Thomas Nelson Community College has a two year college transfer option for students that are looking to take a more inexpensive route and to get guaranteed admission into a college that is in an agreement with Thomas Nelson. Going to a community college, like Thomas Nelson, will save students so much money rather than paying full tuition for a traditional four year college. Also, for students who want to enter the work force sooner, there is associates degrees and certificates you can earn in two years. Thomas Nelson is a great option for students who don’t have their grades or GPA where they want it. So if you are looking to save money in the long run Thomas Nelson is a great option to look into. If you have any questions about this program at Thomas Nelson click this link to find out more!

On the other hand, if you can afford going to a four year college that is a great option to! When you go to a traditional four year college you learn more than just what they are teaching you in class, you learn to live on your own and get a feel for the real world. Also living on campus is great because you get to learn all the social aspects of being a college student.