If you want the whole college experience, its better to go to the university. Community college is just full of students that are focused on their classes, so they can transfer. You will still get some of the college experience there, but its not as much as the university.If you can afford it and get in, go to University. If you go to a community college first, you may have trouble getting all your requirements to transfer, and might not get accepted as a transfer, even if you were accepted originally. Transferring is a lot more complicated that it sounds, especially when Universities have budget cuts and stupid rules that screw over hard working students.
My friend in these economic times.... I really don't wanna say it doesn't matter"lol" I only say that because I have a M. degree in social/human development & i cant find a job in my field.....Go Univ.all the way :^)
I started out at a community college for core credits that would transfer to the university I wanted to attend. The community college classes were much smaller and more one and one. I would suggest talking to your college counselor about the university you plan on attending and they will help you to choose the right college path. Plus, community college is more cost effective in the beginning.