I will attend community college, then can go to a good business school?

<p>Hello all, soon I shall be attending community college, a very good one. Sometimes it makes me depressed because I am an intelligent person, not just with academics. You know community college has a 'bad' reputation. But I must since it is free for me, and I know in these times it is much better to have no debt. </p>

<p>First, I will major in accounting but I think I will change it during the spring semester to Business Administration (or management, something of that matter.)</p>

<p>My question is, if I graduate from community college with very good grades, will I be able to go anywhere? Would good business schools accept community college student? I'm a serious person as well, and I do not like 'parties'. Are there business schools with no party scene, but very serious people?</p>

<p>This is just one scenario I have, in fact I have other plans. But this is just one that I'm interested in. The 'practical' scenario.</p>

<p>This forum is for graduate business schools. You would need to complete your undergrad education before applying for a graduate school. Post your question in the undergrad section and you should receive some answers.</p>

<p>I think this is the wrong thread. I would suggest posting it in the transfer student thread. But I would HIGHLY suggest moving to California (with good grades and relevant extracurriculars you could find your self at UC Berkeley or UCLA) the “best public university system in the world” uc slogan is definitely true and they have to give preference to CCC transfers.</p>