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Good Online College to supplement some courses
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Hello , I'm in the process of moving and I don't want to just put my education on hold. I need to take certain classes such as Anatomy and Physiology I w/. Lab and with going back and fourth to places I was wondering about TESU or Maricopa Community College. Is there any affordable schools for this that you guys know of?
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It is hard to beat the bargain cost of the NM schools (for in or out of state)

Clovis CC, NM - http://www.clovis.edu/

New Mexico Junior College - http://www.nmjc.edu/
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(06-13-2018, 04:05 PM)allvia Wrote: It is hard to beat the bargain cost of the NM schools (for in or out of state)

Clovis CC, NM - http://www.clovis.edu/

New Mexico Junior College - http://www.nmjc.edu/

Thank you I just signed up for NMJC Heart
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#4
Rio Salado is good too, and they have rolling starts (like once a month), and the ability to choose 8-week or 14-week terms for most classes.
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I took A&P at NMJC. Can recommend it- I learned a lot.
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Allen Community College about $120 a credit hour, instate and out of state (Allen is in KS).
https://www.allencc.edu/

If you can afford it, trying signing up at more than school, and sign up for possible duplicate classes.  

Drop the class that may not work out, within the drop period (1st week on 16 week long classes), and you'll get a full refund.
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Make sure to check out CLEP tests as well. If you're just starting out, its a great way to knock out up to 10 GenEd courses. Go through ModernStates.org to get a voucher to take the test for free.
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