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A Reason to Call Your State Representative!

Call your repTen years ago, Florida became the first state to allow its community colleges to offer four-year bachelors degrees. Today almost half of Florida’s community colleges offer degrees in a wide variety of subjects. Florida’s success caused other states to follow suit and now 22 states allow their community colleges to offer four-year degrees.

Because of pushback from our four-year private and public universities, Illinois has been unable to make it happen–despite the lobbying efforts of our community colleges over the last several years. Community colleges like the College of DuPage have the resources required to offer four-year degrees in several subject areas. Even so, their efforts have been going nowhere.

According to the results of an 18-month research study just completed by College of DuPage, students are more likely to earn their degrees if they don’t transfer after two years. That’s a significant finding and should be of concern to parents whose children will be attending there.

Four year degrees from our community colleges is an idea whose time has come. Many of us hesitate to contact our congressional representatives either because we feel intimidated or think our effort is pointless. The fact remains, however, that they work for us and are there to service our needs.

Don’t know who to call? For Illinois residents, here’s a directory that provides the names and contact information for all of our assembly people and senators:  Even a single telephone call can grab a politician’s attention. Don’t hesitate to make your voice heard!

Jack Schacht

Jack Schacht

Jack Schacht has over 40 years in marketing, management, career development and business leadership. As president of College Funding Advisors and co-founder of My College Planning Team, he brings his unique talents to help families identify and implement strategies that can help them substantially reduce college costs.

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