Ongoing Graduate RVA Initiatives
In addition to regional reverse transferring, the Graduate RVA partnership has also prioritized Credit Where it’s Due (CWID) initiatives that include recurring degree auditing of currently enrolled post-secondary students for degree completion. CWID students have often completed all requirements for degree or certificate conferment, but have not applied for graduation. Other Graduate RVA ongoing student success priorities include stop-out intervention, completion grants at 2 and 4-year educational institutions, and increased support of students in completing developmental math degree requirements.
Bridging Richmond, anchored by United Way, is excited to partner with Virginia Commonwealth University, John Tyler Community College, and Reynolds Community College in an effort to expand regional degree completion efforts.
For more information, please contact Stephanie G. Odera, Partnership Associate Director, at email@example.com.