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The below article appeared in an Oct. 2017 issue of the
Completing your college education – whether it's a certificate or degree – is critical if you want to qualify for jobs that pay
a living wage, build a career and ensure a bright future for yourself (and your family).
Commit to Complete Week activities stress the importance of completing college by offering lots of activities and programs which provide you with information about how to complete school, earn a credential and/or
transfer to a four-year institution.
Supported by Phi Theta Kappa chapters across DCCCD, Commit to Complete Week events are scheduled across several months for the fall semester.
Signing a pledge – your commitment to complete college – is a focal point during that week.
"It's important for every student at all of our colleges to finish what they start – their degree," said Anna Mays, DCCCD associate vice chancellor for educational policy and student success.
2017 Commit to Complete events are listed below. Don't see your college on the list? Stop by the
Student Life to find out how you can commit to complete your certificate or degree.
Begin the week with the Commit to Complete Kick-Off on Monday, Oct. 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Student Center! Come sign the pledge and learn more about how Phi Theta Kappa can help you complete your college credential. The following day, Oct.10, there will be a workshop to help you select a college major, starting at noon in the A Building, room B269. Commit to Complete Week will conclude two Transfer Fairs on Wednesday, Oct. 11 – one
in the early afternoon and one
in the late afternoon/early evening.
Hosted by Student Life, Commit to Complete Day will take place in Cedar Valley College's main courtyard on Oct. 23 from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m.
Sign a pledge at any event throughout Commit to Complete Week, including
Meet the Faculty and the Passport to Completion Fair. There will also be workshops presented by all Student Services departments – career services, transfer services, counseling services, etc. These workshops and seminars will range from how to fill out a scholarship/vitae application to FAFSA and registration clinics, club fairs and more.
A student at El Centro College poses in the Commit to Complete photo booth. Share your photos at #TransferStudentWeek and #DCCCDcompletes.