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Old 05-21-2017, 09:35 AM
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As long as it was a traditional two-year community college and not an ITT sort of place, then most (if not all) of the credits should transfer. The for-profit ITT sorts of places often have a lot of credits that DO NOT transfer.

Four year schools will often let anyone stay in a dorm who is willing to pay for it. The Housing Department for the program would be able to best advise you on that question. Whether you lived on campus or not, you would also have access to food plans, since those are often sold separately from the housing plan.
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