|College partners can be two-year/four-year/both|
|Colorado||Both (four-year institutions offering a two-year degree program, area vocational schools, and junior colleges that are part of a junior college district)|
|Michigan||Not set in policy, but in practice, college partners are public two- and four-year institutions. A postsecondary partner receiving a grant to implement a middle college focused on health sciences must be a community college or state public university.|
|North Carolina||Both (public and private four-year institutions, community colleges)|
|Pennsylvania||Both (nonprofit two- and four-year public and private colleges and universities, and eligible private licensed schools approved to operate in the state)|
|Tennessee||Both (public and private colleges and universities, community colleges and technology centers)|
|Texas||Both (public two-year colleges and universities, and technical schools)|
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