Commit to Complete
Why Complete Community College?
Students who complete their associate degree or certificate can expect to earn as much as $8,000 more per year and about $400,000 more in a lifetime than a high school graduate.
Edge Out The Competition.
People change jobs up to 10 times in their working lives – and when you are job hunting, a college credential will always give you an edge.
Keep Your Job.
Unemployment for community college graduates is typically 30 percent lower than for high school grads.
Make Transferring Easy.
Many state college systems have articulation agreements that guarantee transfer of community college credits when associate degree students enter state universities. You’ll save time and money by not having to repeat courses or take courses you did not know you needed.
Accomplish Your Goal And Prove It.
Employers, scholarship officials and transfer recruiters value the ability to set a goal and accomplish it. By obtaining your credential you’ll not only accomplish your goal, but you’ll have something to show for it.
Set The Example.
You’ll help reverse a national trend in the declining number of college graduates, and you’ll also open doors for your children. Children of college graduates are more likely to graduate themselves.
Commit to Complete Resource List
RCDHH - Resource Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, provides student support services.
Call2000 - Helps with enrollment, financial aid and advisement.
Educational Access Center - Provides student support services for disabled students.
Facet Center - Provides English, ASL and Math tutoring services for students, also computer lab.