Registrar unveils success of Project Win-Win degree completion program
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

​By Ronald Roach

More than 100 college administrators and state higher education officials convened Tuesday in Washington to learn the results of a three-year national college completion project. The initiative has enabled more than 4,000 people to gain associate degrees they had previously earned but had not claimed. 
...Dan Kellogg, the registrar at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, told Diverse that, as one of the four-year schools participating in Project Win-Win, his school has awarded two-year degrees to former students. “The opportunity to notify a student that our files show [he or she is] eligible for an associate’s degree has been a great opportunity; it has been a win-win for the student, [and] a win-win for the university,” he said.

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Admissions; Alumni; Chancellor