I never planned to go to community college, but here I am. At first I thought community college was getting in the way of my big dreams. But really, I learned my big ego was what was getting in my way.

Most people think they know what community college is like... but it turns out they could be completely wrong. It turns out, community college is a better option than it gets credit for.

Transferring from a community college to a 4-year school can mean finding a home in an entirely new city. But does it work?

Let's be honest, community colleges haven't always had the best reputation. So why are so many students choosing to start at 2-year schools, and is the bad reputation really deserved?

Everyone I talk to wants to go to college for free. I mean, who wouldn’t? If you live in Indiana, I have good news for you.

I know that when I’m stressing about jobs, thinking about my the myriad benefits of my American Honors experience helps me get to sleep. Here are 4 reasons why.

So your plan for community college is to prepare for a bachelor's degree. Smart choice! But there's one big thing to do: figure out how to transfer.

Sometimes it feels like it’s never been harder to get an American education. Check out our guest post to find out the most important questions international students must ask as they plan their US education pathway.

We couldn’t be prouder of all our 2014 graduates and everything they have accomplished. Here are a few highlights of where our graduates will transfer....

Win Lin, American Honors (‘13), chats with Chief Academic Officer David Finegold about selecting the right transfer university and finding community at a big school.