Junior Colleges

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  1. nadalno1

    nadalno1 New User

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    I was just wondering how many junior colleges there actually were because when on the college tennis website it only lists either the top 25 ranked JC colleges or you have to go into each individual conference, however there is only like one team in each. Is that all the JC tennis teams then? Or is there a full list they I just can't find?

    Thanks...!
     
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  3. nadalno1

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    Thanks for that!
     
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    Just another questions about Junior Colleges... I would like to major in something like Exercise Science, Kiniesiology, Human Movement etc...

    What sort of program would I have to do at a Junior College in order for me to transfer into one of these majors?

    Thanks!
     
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  5. kashgotmoney

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    yah i want to kno that question too and one question i had about JC is the equipment. do they provide you with strings? rackets? shoes?clothes? dampeners
    ? what exactly do they give you
     
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  6. rscottdds

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    I don't think JC's provide you with any equipment. You can get players packages from companies like Babolat that are a great deal. You'll get uniforms and jackets and they might provide a stringer or stringing machine. Not much else.

    Take a look at this JC.

    http://www.sbcc.edu/video/

    Great tennis program and great coach. Living in Santa Barbara is an extra benefit :)
     
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    This is a seriously very cool college search tool. It will help you narrow down, school type, academic preference, intercollegiate sports available and more.

    http://collegesearch.collegeboard.com/search/index.jsp
     
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  8. nadalno1

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    ok thanks... just one mre questions...

    if i did health and physical education at a 2 year college then transfered to a four year college would I be able to major in exercise science/athletic training or would I just have to major in like physical education??
     
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    You will need to do the research. I'm sure if you look hard enough you'll be able to find a match.
     
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    We have a very nice Athletic Training program at the local Junior College here. I am former coach for Barton Community College in Great Bend Kansas, check it out. Doc Henderson has ran the athletic training program for years here doew a great job.
     
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