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Buses, subways, Uber, trains, cars – and where to park? Help! Will I make it to class on time?

It’s rarely talked about, but just getting to college can be such a drag. And community college students have it much worse than their four-year counterparts – stats tell us practically all community college students commute, and over 70 percent have jobs, too. The typical cost for a community college student to commute is nearly $1800 a year – more than the cost of books ($1400; source: The College Board, 2016). And that’s $700 more than what a four-year college student pays for travel!

It’s hard enough getting through college as a harried community college student – and now add all of this frustration just to get to class on time?! Our writer, Telijah Patterson, investigates how you can make your commute easier. Ease your mind and cruise to better attendance and grades.

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