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Contact Info

Address:
62249 Shimmel Rd Centreville, MI 49032-9719
Phone: 26946799450
General Site: www.glenoaks.cc.mi.us/Pages/default.aspx

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Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Adam from Sturgis, MI
  • Oct-24-2013 I am a current student here

    Glen Oaks Community College is a wonderful institution that has much to offer students wishing to continue their education beyond high school. The small class sizes bring quality to its education, and at a substantially lower tuition cost that a state or private university. Any student interested in advancing their education and career should strongly consider attending this college.

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  • Tara from Wolcottville, IN
  • Feb-28-2013 I am a current student here

    If plan on studying art or nursing, this is the best place to go. It's a community college, but it is worth the money to go than pay 12,000 for your first year.

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  • Amanda
  • Sep-18-2012 I am a current student here

    Tips for prospective students would be to always try hard and work hard. DO NOT, procrastinate get things done right away and study/review as much as possible. Remember to always give it your all because these classes cost now, its not like high school where you can just take it again. Of course you can do that here, but with the additional cost. No one wants to pay for the same general education course twice.

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