Community Colleges in Crisis: Resourceful California Students Taking Courses Online

Barry Lenson

California Students Taking Courses through StraighterLineYou’ve heard the old expression, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.”

There’s a lot of truth in that. When resourceful people face obstacles, they don’t stop or stall. They dig down, find new energy, and keep moving forward. That could explain why a growing number of students from California have chosen to take courses at StraighterLine and through StraighterLine’s Partner College program.

Hundreds of California students have utilized StraighterLine’s Partner Colleges program.

In case you don’t know, our Partner Colleges are colleges and universities that have agreed to accept StraighterLine college credits directly and, in some cases, to admit StraighterLine students via a streamlined admissions process.

Whether you are a California student who has been shut out of classes at a community college or simply a student who is looking for an excellent opportunity to earn a degree flexibly at a leading American institution, the message is clear. StraighterLine’s Partner College program is something you should check out.

California Countdown

If you’re a student at Antelope Valley College, February 4 will be your last day to register for classes this term. Will you get the courses you need? If not, StraighterLine could have the courses you are looking for.

 

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