Project DEgree is a new program at the PCC Southeast Center that offers an optional cohort approach to Development Education. Project DEgree is offered Fall and Winter terms.
Benefits of Project DEgree
Participate in a learning community where you take classes with the same group of students. Benefits include:
- Referrals to resources, such as financial aid, tutoring, counseling student activities and health services.
- Personal advising and guidance including assistance with problem solving, time management, goal setting and stress management from a faculty mentor
- A course on student success free of charge.
- The opportunity to engage in cross-curriculum projects involving all of your classes.
To be eligible to participate in Project DEgree, you must:
- Have earned a high school diploma or GED
- Place into Reading 90 and Writing 90 and Math 20 or higher (see more on PCC Placement Tests)
- Commit to the class schedule and tuition (financial aid is available to those who qualify)
- Be willing to make the time and financial commitment to your future to complete your college degree