Project Warehouse

The Project Warehouse listed projects that aimed to boost college completion among adults who had earned some college credits, but were not currently enrolled. Here, you can learn about these efforts by browsing different projects or grouping them by keyword or focus.


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The MNSCU is creating the RAPID Completion Program, which will increase reenrollment, degree progress and degree completion among prior system students lacking degrees.

Many adults today find it necessary to finish a baccalaureate degree to retain their current position, qualify for promotion, change careers, or gain employment after being laid off. The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership (BSOL) is an adult degree completion program designed to meet these needs. This flexible program allows adults to finish their degree while continuing to work, spending time with their family, and meeting other obligations in our fast-paced society.

SUNY WORKS is a cooperative education program across the 64 campuses of the State University of New York System, in collaboration with business/industry and regional economic councils.

The Talent Dividend Prize is an effort to increase education attainment in our nation's cities. The $1 million prize will go to the metropolitan area that makes the biggest increase in postsecondary degree atttainment by 2014.

The University of Wisconsin System has designed the first system-wide competency based education program, known as the UW Flexible Option.

The UWS is expanding prior learning assessment (PLA) activities across its 14 degree granting institutions, representing 26 campuses.

This project is helping four states incorporate an online learning degree completion service mode into their workforce and education systems.

Enacted by the 2015 General Assembly, You Can. Go Back. is a statewide campaign that aims to help the 750,000+ Hoosier adults with some college but no degree finish what they started. With $7.5 million in state grants available for adult students, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education (CHE) is reaching out to Hoosiers directly and connecting them with Indiana colleges that are committed to eliminating barriers for returning adults.