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DeVry University Offers “Passport 2 College”

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Beverly Lewis, Educational Advisor at DeVry University.

For high school students looking to get a jumpstart on their college career, DeVry University has the perfect solution with its Passport 2 College program.
Students in their junior and senior years can earn college credit at no cost while getting their high school diploma taking college courses such as business, math, psychology, and English.
In preparing students for a successful college career, the program seeks to help bridge the gap of students who take remedial college classes upon graduating from high school.
To be eligible for the program, students must maintain a 2.5 GPA or better, be a U.S. citizen or have permanent residency status, graduate from high school in the next two years and want a head start on their college education.
Classes begin every eight weeks.
To apply for the Passport 2 College program, visit www.devry.edu/passport2college or call Beverly Lewis, Educational Advisor, at (510) 267-1340.

For high school students looking to get a jumpstart on their college career, DeVry University has the perfect solution with their Passport 2 College program.
Students in their junior and senior years can earn college credit at no cost while getting their high school diploma taking college courses such as business, math, psychology, and English.
In preparing students for a successful college career, the program seeks to help bridge the gap of students who take remedial college classes upon graduating from high school.
To be eligible for the program, students must maintain a 2.5 GPA or better, be a U.S. citizen or have permanent residency status, graduate from high school in the next two years and want a head start on their college education.
Classes begin every eight weeks.
To apply for the Passport 2 College program, visit www.devry.edu/passport2college or call Beverly Lewis, Educational Advisor, at (510) 267-1340.

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