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CPCC or King's College in Charlotte, North Carolina

citygirllcitygirll 0 replies4 threads New Member
I want to attend UNCC, however I think I am going to have to go to a smaller college and transfer since it's so expensive. I'm trying to decide between Central Piedmont Community College or King's College. I would be going for Business/Office Administration. Which one is better and has more financial aid?
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  • MomandDad4everMomandDad4ever 3 replies2 threads New Member
    Kings College credits aren't all transferable, and the tuition is too high for what it offers. Your best bet is CPCC. We looked into enrolling our child into CPCC because it's less expensive and the credits are fully transferable. This looks like good idea for us. Kings College is a one-year college. CPCC was, at one time, one of the top community colleges in the U.S..
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