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Old 11-14-2012, 10:57 AM   #106
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Originally Posted by dreamdrivedrift View Post

Lastly, a lot of stronger college friendships are made during the first few years of college when everybody is living together. I would not have my future kids go to CC and then a regular college if I am able to pay for their four years or if they can pay for the four years without incurring a significant amount of debt.
I can sort of agree with this. The people that I still talk to from college are the people that I lived with my first year.

Actually, really the only person I talk to from college is someone that I lived with 3 out of 4 years.

My wife, on the other hand, changed schools half way through, and the friends that she had her first two years of school all turned into dbags. She's got a couple friends that are pretty close from her master's year, though.

Her brother lived at home for all but his first semester of school, and the friends that he hangs out with now are people still in the area from high school.
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