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15 to finish

15 to Finish
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15 to Finish is a City Colleges of Chicago initiative to help our students go from College to Career—faster. ​We’ve found that on average our students who take 15 credits per semester:  

  • Earn higher grade point averages
  • Complete their Associate's degree in two years and get accepted into 4-year institutions at a higher rate
  • Enter the workforce four months earlier to begin earning a salary in their chosen College to Careers field


​Ready to accelerate your success?

Review your education path and schedule an appointment with your academic advisor through GradesFirst​ to ensure you take the right classes and number of credits. 

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Learn More

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Receive Two Free Classes
Earn 30 credits* over the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters and receive two free classes for the Summer 2015 semester.

Eligibility Requirements
In order to be eligible for this 15 to Finish Tuition Waiver, you must meet the following criteria:  

  • Be enrolled as a full-time student at CCC in both the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters

  • Earn a minimum of 30 credits during the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters (only credits taken at the City Colleges will be accepted – transfer credits or test credits are excluded)

  • Pursuing a degree or certificate program and declare a program of study

  • Be in good academic standing (2.0 Cumulative GPA)

  • Meet with an academic advisor and complete an Education Plan

*Developmental education and foundational courses also count toward the 30 credits.