If you finish your associate degree at Reynolds, you are far more likely to transfer a four year college and complete a bachelor's degree. In fact, about 70 percent of community college students who complete their degree before transferring, will go on to complete a full four-year degree!

Because you will have a finished degree, you'll lose fewer credits in the transfer process - costing you less money in the long run.

College graduates are more likely to get good paying jobs in fields they love.

So make completing your degree or certificate a priority for you, your family and your friends.

Plan Start each semester off right by making a plan for your schedule using the SIS Student Planner tool. Add classes by browsing the course catalog, or plan your schedule around your degree requirements.
Track Track your degree progress with the Advisement Report tool in the SIS. This report is an unofficial transcript that displays your grades, current schedule, placement tests results, and your cumulative GPA. It also contains the course requirements for your current academic plan. Unsatisfied course requirements will be highlighted in red. Save or print this report periodically.
Graduate More than half of all jobs require an academic degree or credential. You're also more likely to get a job with a completed degree or certificate, since employers often hire people who have the discipline to finish what they start.

Rather pencil in your schedule? Here's a helpful worksheet that can help you plan. It looks something like this:

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T/R 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.


PRC-Bldg. A

10 Week