Complete College America honors UH’s STAR and 15 to Finish programs

The University of Hawaiʻi was honored for two of its graduation initiatives that are national models. Before an audience of 600 higher education leaders and advocates from around the country, Complete College America (CCA) announced that UH is the inaugural recipient of two President’s Awards at the national nonprofit’s 2016 annual meeting in San Francisco, California.
UH receiving CCA award

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15 to Finish Campaign to Serve as National Role Model

15 to Finish Institute title slide 
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Complete College America sponsored a “15 to Finish Institute” in which 22 member states heard details of the highly successful UH campaign and were provided with material to start their own “15 to Finish” campaigns. More from UH News…

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Hawaiʻi’s 15 to Finish Featured at CCA’s 3rd Annual Convening of the Alliance States

15 to Finish at CCA presentation
UH’s 15 to Finish campaign has gained national attention. Most recently, it was a featured presentation at the Complete College America meeting in December 2012, with 33 states in attendance. Executive Vice President Johnsrud provided a summary of how UH’s 15 to Finish was born along with initial results of the strategy to reduce students’ time to degree.