I know the original poster wasn't going here, but I thought I'd touch on it anyway.
I went to a Community College for my first two years and I must say it wasn't easy! I had professors constantly trying to prove that just because they're teaching at a CC that the class wasn't going to be a cake walk. I wouldn't automatically assume a 4.0 at a C.C either because of that reason. It, at times, felt like profs were out to prove something to the students. Anyways..it's tougher than it looks!...Well at my school it was anyways. I know this may sound corny, but I actually went to one of the better C.C.'s in the country or at least in the state of Illinois. We had professors with PhDs from Wash U, U of Chicago, etc. I feel that I learned a great deal from my CC and, in fact, saved alot of $$. Plus, I had a better opportunity to approach my instructors one-on-one because the classes were smaller and MOST didn't have a god complex. Now, I'm at a top-rated liberal arts school, preparing to take the MCAT and apply to medical school. I just wanted to say that I don't think anyone should lose hope or feel bad about where they went to school. If you go to Harvard, Stanford, Princeton...more power to you. I went to a CC out of circumstance and medical schools will see this. I've done well throughout my college experience. I WILL make it and anyone else can too! Best of Luck to all the applicants!