Certificates are path to success

On Community College Spotlight:  For many students, earning a vocational certificate “can be the most direct path to college completion and career success,” says a new report.

To save money, the University of California may expand online classes and encourage students to complete a bachelor’s degree in three years.

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  1. Certain vocations have quite decent pay actually and certificate holders in lucrative areas may even find higher paying jobs than college graduates with degrees in English or Sociology etc. It certainly is better than having uncompleted coursework.

    The economy is down, tuition is getting more expensive than ever and not all students are equipped for college and some who are equipped may not even want to devote that much time and money to college. Vocational certificates seems like an excellent alternative.