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Can you enroll in more than one community college?

redwillow1991redwillow1991 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I currently go to a 4 year college and I am planning to get rid of some GE classes during the summer at a community college. I already signed up for a Coastline Community College and found out that it has 3 mini campuses, which makes it confusing. I don't know if the classes I want to take are in the same campus or not. I want to enroll in another community college that has only one campus, but I don't know if I can do that. Is it also possible to take back admission from the community college?

Replies to: Can you enroll in more than one community college?

  • MLMMLM Registered User Posts: 744 Member
    Yes, you can take classes at more than one community college. Check with your adviser at your college to make sure the general ed classes you want to take will transfer to your college. There is no need to "take back admission" at a community college, simply don't enroll in classes there.
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