Education After High School

Education After High School

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Licensed

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legally permitted to operate

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Specialized College

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a public or private school that prepares you for a career in a specific field. examples include art, music, teaching, engineering, business, health science, and religion

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Technical/Trade School

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a post-secondary school that offers instruction and training in a skill or trade. example: plumbing or cosmetology

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Post-Secondary Option That Requires The Most Time

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Apprenticeship

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Public College or University

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school partially funded by a state or local government, often called a state school or city college/university

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4 out of 5

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the number of jobs that require education beyond a high school diploma

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Most Expensive Post-Secondary School Option

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Four-Year college or university

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Undergraduate

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a student in a university or college who has not received his or her Bachelor's degree

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Post-secondary Education

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schooling after high school that includes programs at technical colleges, community colleges, and four-year colleges

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Tuition

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fees paid for instruction, especially for post-secondary education

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Accreditation

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official approval of a program after a school has met specific requirements

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Apprenticeship

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a position in which a recent graduate receives on-the-job training and classroom instruction, sometimes with pay

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Admissions

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the department at a college or university that oversees the application and acceptance process

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Graduate School

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additional education after a four-year college

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Campus Life/Residence

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the department at a college or university that oversees campus housing, dining, and on-campus clubs and activities

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Community College

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a post-secondary school that offers career training, or preparation for a four-year college (also called a two-year college)

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Financial Aid

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scholarships, grants, loans, and other assistance programs that help pay for tuitiion and other post-secondary school expenses

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Prospective Students

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potential or future students at a college or university

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Private College or University

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school that receives a small amount of ongoing government support; tuition is usually higher, but so is the aid that is offered

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Enrollment

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the number of students who are currently attending a particular college or university

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