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The Biggest Personal Investment:. Attending a Junior College Versus Attending a Traditional University. Team #5: Eckart Lyew Shawn Ricordati Mike Santa Ana Paul DiMola. Scenario. You are a recent high school graduate and looking to go to college. You do not have a college fund.

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the biggest personal investment

The Biggest Personal Investment:

Attending a Junior College Versus Attending a Traditional University

Team #5:

Eckart Lyew

Shawn Ricordati

Mike Santa Ana

Paul DiMola

scenario
Scenario
  • You are a recent high school graduate and looking to go to college.
  • You do not have a college fund.
  • Assume you will graduate and earn a degree in 4 years.
  • Your two options are:
      • Go right into a traditional university
      • Attend a community college for the first two years, then transfer to the traditional university to finish the remaining two years.
comparisons
Comparisons
  • Price per unit
  • Commuting Expenses (RCC)
  • Living Expenses (CPP)
  • Campus Availability
  • Loans (CPP) vs. Working (RCC)
rcc conditions
RCC Conditions

Price per unit: $20

Enrolled in 12 units/semester

Total spent on fees = ~$550

Involved in a part-time job, working a minimum of 20 hours/week

Commute is minimal: ~5-10 miles

cpp conditions
CPP Conditions

Undergraduate Fee including parking for one quarter: $1189.77

12-16 units/quarter

School load allows for 8-10 hours of work/week

Living on campus

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