Community Colleges with International Students

Community Colleges with International Students

Don’t forget your computer! Even though the spring semester is finished for many, the fall will roll around soon enough and you need to be ready! Community college is a great option for lots of students. Here are the top 5 community colleges with international students:

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5. Lone Star College System

Number of international students in 2014-2015: 1,998

Location: The Woodlands, Texas

Fun fact: The Lone Star College System has six full campuses, eight satellite campuses and additional facilities located in the North Houston metro area.

4. Seattle Central College

Number of international students in 2014-2015: 2,171

Location: Seattle, Washington

Fun fact: Seattle Central has more than 50 student clubs and organizations, including ones focused on badminton, calligraphy and tai chi, according to the school’s website.

3. De Anza College

Number of international students in 2014-2015: 2,915

Location: Cupertino, California

Fun fact: Popular majors at De Anza College, according to its website, include accounting, computer information systems, manufacturing and design technology, nursing and paralegal studies.

2. Santa Monica College

Number of international students in 2014-2015: 3,562

Location: Santa Monica, California

Fun fact: The college offers a support program for students interested in STEM majors and careers, its website says. The Science Research Initiative program includes counseling, STEM workshops and peer mentoring for students.

1. Houston Community College System

Number of international students in 2014-2015: 5,441

Location: Houston, Texas

Fun fact: According to its website, the top public universities in Texas that HCC students transferred to between fall 2010 and 2014 include the University of Houston, the University of Houston–Downtown and the University of Texas–Austin.

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Salt Lake Community College Facts

Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) is Utah’s largest college with the most diverse student body.[2] It serves more than 60,000 students on 10 campuses as well as through online classes.[3] The college has a student to faculty ratio of 20:1.[4] Since SLCC is a community college, it focuses on providing associate degrees that students can transfer to any other four-year university in the state to satisfy their first two years of requirements for a bachelor’s degree. SLCC has open enrollment and serves the local community, with approximately 95% of the student body considered Utah residents.

Although the college does not offer four-year degrees directly, school officials work with the state’s other institutions of higher learning to create partnerships between different schools and ensure that credits are transferable. Salt Lake Community College has partnered with selected four-year institutions to provide opportunities for students to complete a bachelor’s degree while remaining on one of SLCC campuses. General education credits may be transferred to any four-year school in Utah including the University of Utah, Utah State University, Utah Valley University as well asprivate schools such as Brigham Young University and Westminster College.

Current SLCC logo
Motto Step Ahead
Type Community college
Established 1948
President Deneece Huftalin (2014)
Academic staff
346 full-time faculty
Students 30,112 (2012-13 year)[1]
Location Salt Lake County,
, United States
40°40′20″N 111°56′40″WCoordinates: 40°40′20″N 111°56′40″W
Campus Urban
Colors Royal Blue and Gold
Mascot Brutus the Bruin Bear
Affiliations NJCAA

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St. George • SLCC looked to be in the driver’s seat for its first chance at playing for an NJCAA national softball title since 2013 before defending champion Chipola broke the Bruins’ hearts.

Catcher Liz Osburn — in her only at-bat — lined a full-count pitch for a bases-clearing, two-out double that capped a five-run rally in the top of the seventh inning, and the Indians held on for a stunning 9-7 win Saturday that eliminated the Bruins from the NJCAA National Championship at the Canyons Complex.

“We had this game, but in stranding 12 runners, we played not to lose instead of playing to win,” SLCC coach Cyndee Bennett said. “They had a moment any player dreams of.”

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