Project DEgree

SE Campus MSH 106 | project.degree@pcc.edu | Program Manager: Slava Scott, 971-722-6121

Project DEgree is a new program at the PCC Southeast Campus that offers an optional cohort approach to Development Education. Project DEgree is offered Fall and Winter terms.

Benefits of Project DEgree

Project DEgree student

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.

Eligibility Requirements

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

What's Next?

  1. If you meet the eligibility requirements listed above, complete a Project DEgree application and return by mail.
  2. If you have any questions, please contact a Project DEgree Advisor.