An educational institution offering a two-year course that is generally the equivalent of the first two years of a four-year undergraduate course.
A school offering courses for two years beyond high school, either as the first two years of a standard four-year college program or as a complete career-training program resulting in a certificate or an associate degree.
An institution of higher education that awards the associate's degree but not bachelor's degree or higher.
Attributive form of junior college.
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It has a college of Liberal Arts, a College of Law, a Preparatory School, a Junior College for Women, and Hamilton College for women (founded in 1869 as Hocker Female College), over which the university assumed control in 1903, and a College of the Bible, organized in 1865 as one of the colleges of the university, but now under independent control.
In an article at CollegeAndUniversity.net, a community college career counselor claims that students who transfer to a four-year school after spending their first two years at a junior college are more prepared.
The school was founded as South Oklahoma City Junior College in 1972, and enrollment began in September of that year.
In 1960, it received accreditation as a junior college.
In general, applicants to Leicester Junior College and Becker College need to have obtained a 2.0 or better grade point average, although some programs require a 2.5 grade point average.