The DDP is called "dual degree" because it will assist you in the completion of your associate degree and then enable you to transfer seamlessly to a desired four year university to complete your bachelor's degree. The DDP provides an excellent opportunity for you to earn your associate and bachelor's degree, at a fraction of the cost of any university in the Chicagoland area.


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    Ivan Soto
    GSU Phone: 708.235.7537
    GSU Office Location: A2126


    Summer 2018 Campus Visits

    Richard J. Daley College (Room 1111 A12)June 11th & 18th  / 9am-6pm
    July 2nd & 16th / 9am-6pm
    August 6th, 13th & 20th/ 9am-6pm
    Kennedy King College (Admissions Office)June 5th & 19th / 9am-6pm
    July 3rd, 17th & 31st  / 9am-6pm
    August 7th, 14th & 21st  / 9am-6pm
    Olive Harvey College (Transfer Center)June 6th & 20th / 9am-6pm
    July 11th/ 9am-6pm
    August 1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd/ 9am-6pm

    Harold Washington College (Table visit in lobby)

    June 13th  / 9am-6pm
     July 18th  / 9am-6pm 
     August 9th  / 9am-6pm   
    Malcolm X College (Transfer Center)June 12th & 27th  / 9am-6pm 
    (July – NO DATES)               
    August 2nd & 23rd / 9am-6pm
    Harry S. Truman College (Transfer Center)June 26th/ 1:30-6pm                                             
    July 10th  / 9am-6pm               
    August 16th  / 9am-6pm
    Wilbur Wright College (Gateway Advising & Transfer Center, Arts Building)June 26th/ 9am-1pm
    July 9th/ 9am-6pm
    August 30th/ 9am-6pm