Students may complete college degrees with help from Project Win-Win, report shows

10/31/2013 | Diverse: Issues In Higher Education

Colleges and universities may help students complete their degrees by using strategies modeled by the nearly four-year national nonprofit initiative Project Win-Win, according to the author of a report on the project. The report, released Wednesday by the Institute for Higher Education Policy, describes how the campaign re-enrolled 1,668 former students who achieved their degrees, and helped 4,550 people get associate degrees they already had earned but had not claimed. The project was part of the Obama administration's push to increase college completion rates.

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