Each year, millions of students enroll at their local community college with the goal of starting their post-secondary education out right—by saving money, taking fewer intense courses, and exploring career options. After two years, most plan to either transfer to a bachelor’s degree program or jumpstart their new career. On paper, this all sounds like a great deal. But in practice, this is far from reality for many students. Fewer than 40% of those who enroll in community college graduate. And an even smaller percentage of students go on to complete a bachelor’s degree. Tade Oyerinde, a 29-year-old entrepreneur, is trying to change this cycle. Fortune