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ACA 122 - College Transfer Success: Welcome

This course provides information and strategies necessary to develop clear academic and professional goals beyond the community college experience. Topics include college policies and culture, career exploration, gathering information on senior i

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Welcome to the ACA Research Guide. The Library is here to help you with all steps of your research from picking an academic topic to putting the finishing touches on your work. Email, chat, call, or visit your Library at North, South, or NCRC for personalized help. As a student, you also have free printing, copying, and scanning in the Library. 


 

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Kirstie: College Dropout or College Grad?

At 17, Kirstie snoozed her way through school and fears she will be left behind as friends go off to college. She wants to do a job she loves, so she now must find her purpose and the drive to pursue it.

College: How Necessary Is It?

Statistics indicate that the average American holds seven different jobs in his or her life. Joe Monday believes students should keep their options open and choose a career based on interests, values, skills, lifestyle, and overall personality.

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