In the United States of America, the concept of community collage started in the early 20th century where junior or technical public colleges of higher learning were developed. Initially, the early community collages were extensions of high school and were very small hence; the name junior collages (Cohen, 2008). These collages mostly emphasized on an open-minded arts schooling with an objective of transferring their students to a higher learning institution. On this basis, these collages primarily offered certificates, diplomas and associate degree in various courses which run for a period of two years. Importantly, many community colleges in America offered credits to their students to transfer to a four-year university to undertake their bachelor degree. In several cities of America, community collages have different names where they are called city collages in most of the California, New York and Chicago cities (Cohen, 2008).