Every student wants to have fun at college. Despite the good times of high school, college is supposed to be the best four years of a person's life. Or in CCBC's case, the best two years of a person's life. Some of the events CCBC sponsors are information sessions, transfer fairs, advising events, student life activities, and Community Book Connection events. These events are great to participate in and are flexible with a student's schedule. Even though most of the events start in the morning (during class time), they can last until the end of the school day, giving students plenty of time to experience these activities.
Besides elasticity with student life, CCBC is also very flexible with its Online Distance Learning offerings. These online courses are designed to provide students with the ability to attend school around their personal schedules, with many students unable to participate in regularly scheduled classes due to specific circumstances. However, as ideal as online schooling sounds, it's not for everyone. Online courses are geared towards people who are focused and driven toward getting their degree. Those who have good study habits and the ability to avoid distraction are prime candidates for online study.