Students who wish to enter the professional schools of universities may be required to spend some time in
a liberal arts college.
Students interested in law, journalism, agriculture, architecture, home economics, public health, library
science, and other fields will find it possible to take the first one or two years of their college work in the
community college without loss of time or credit hours when they transfer, provided a high standard of
work is maintained.
The community college schedule of classes is constructed with the needs of the professional school in
mind, and, in most cases, a full two years of work is possible.