Posts Tagged ‘Degree Completion’

DCP student Brian Wiggs: ‘My professors gave me a new hope, a new vision, a new direction for my life’

Brian Wiggs never imagined he could mix his knack for mechanics with his heart for street children. But during a trip to Honduras, he realized he could teach the young men there to fix cars and earn their own wages. “God told me this is where I was going but that I had to prepare,” he says.

And when Wiggs heard about Multnomah’s degree completion program, he knew where he wanted to prepare. “I had the support of the degree completion office and the support of professors that encouraged me,”  says the leadership and ministry major. “They gave me a new hope, a new vision, a new direction for my life.” Read Brian's story.

Stretching to Grow

Stretching to Grow

“So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” Isaiah 41:10

Being Stretched

Welcome to Multnomah University! You’re going to be stretched during your time here,” Dr. Lockwood challenged our students at this year’s spring convocation chapel.

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Person to Person-Call for Graduates to Invest

Person to Person-Call for Graduates to Invest

“It is not the abilities we have that determine who we are; it’s the choices we make”

Person to Person

During our recent Degree Completion dinner celebration, Dr. Lockwood challenged our Theta cohort graduates: “As you leave Multnomah make sure Read the rest of this entry »

5 Steps Toward Degree Completion

Comments Off Written on September 5th, 2008 by
Categories: Programs

One of the fastest growing programs at Multnomah has been the Adult Degree Completion program (DCP, as it's become known around here). There really seems to be a need in the community for this program...there are a lot of people out there who started college, but never finished - for many reasons!

5 Steps To Finishing Up That Bachelors Degree:
(Disclaimer: there are some special rules that a qualified candidate should consider - so be sure to take a look.)

  1. Be Inspired By The Marketing Materials
  2. Research More Online
  3. Call Holly Or Meagan To Sign Up For A Free Info Night
  4. Fill Out A FAFSA. Seriously. You Probably Qualify For Financial Aid.
    • What's a FAFSA?
    • Our federal code is: 003206
  5. Apply

Or...Just Skip All That And Go Straight To Number 5!

  • Seriously, don't delay any longer if you've ever thought about finishing that degree!
  • Furthermore, the price is low, the faculty are real, the process is easy, the scheduling is convenient, the books are included, and the degree is accredited!
  • What more could you want? And why am I selling so much? It practically sells itself!
  • Not for you? Then by all means, go tell someone who should know about it!