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Community colleges serve diverse student population with limited resources

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Esther Sloup is working toward an associate degree at Rose State College in Midwest City. After graduation, she plans to transfer to a university to earn a bachelor's degree in early education. [Jim Beckel/The Oklahoman]
Esther Sloup is working toward an associate degree at Rose State College in Midwest City. After graduation, she plans to transfer to a university to earn a bachelor's degree in early education. [Jim Beckel/The Oklahoman]
Oklahoma's 14 community colleges serve students that range from high school students getting an early jump on college credits to displaced workers seeking a certification for new skills. The majority are part-time students. The average age is about 25. Together they represent 42 percent of the 222,000 students in Oklahoma’s public higher...
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