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A four-year college is your gateway to more specialized coursework and broader opportunities for student life (e.g., athletics! service fraternities! special-interest organizations!). A bachelor’s degree is also crucial for leveling up your skill set and job prospects. But transitioning from a community college to a four-year university can feel overwhelming, and many transfer students experience...
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SAN FRANCISCO— June 16, 2020 — Students who have some college experience but no degree have a new path to graduation, thanks to a national initiative launched today by thirteen colleges including Eastern Michigan University, University of Idaho, Brandman University, and University of Tennessee, Martin. The first-of-its-kind initiative, called the ReUp Network, will enable students...
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San Francisco, California: ReUp announces its official partnership with Eastern Michigan University to re-enroll stopout students and support them in earning the most powerful tool for social mobility: a college degree. Over 37 million Americans have some college but no degree, with roughly half of all college students dropping out of school. The reasons students drop...
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