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EGSC part of “Credit When It’s Due” degree program

EGSC part of “Credit When It’s Due” degree program

by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) | November 02, 2015
Last Edited: January 25, 2016 by Katelyn Moore
EGSC part of “Credit When It’s Due” degree program

   The state’s university system announced a plan this week to help some Georgians receive associate degrees they may not know they’ve earned.
   The “Credit When It’s Due” program is designed to identify former students who may have completed enough college credits to earn the degree, but have not actually received it. The reverse-transfer project is part of the state’s Complete College Georgia goal to increase the number of residents with college credentials by 250,000 by 2020.

   To read the full article by Janel Davis at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, please follow the link below.

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