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Students ‘Pledge to Complete’ at rally

March 20, 2013
The Maui News
University of Hawaii Maui College Phi Theta Kappa members Megan Simmons and Corey Kanae gather signatures for the Call to Action, a pledge to increase college completion rates. Students gathered outside the Pa‘ina building on the UH-Maui College campus March 13 and signed a mass pledge to complete their degrees and certificates at the college before transferring to another school or entering the job market. The event was hosted by the UH-MC chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. The honor society members served as the student arm of the Community College Completion Corps, a national education initiative, joining thousands of students nationally, according to a news release. About 200 students took the pledge.
 
 
 

 

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