Veunta Dailey says she went in and out of college until the day
her employer went out of business. “I knew a degree completion
program would help me to finally complete my bachelor’s degree
and realize my true potential in real time.” Veunta’s story is
Victoria Rochester reached a point in her career where she
had years of experience in the criminal justice field, but the
lack of a bachelor’s degree was holding her back. When she
finally found a way to finish college, Victoria realized she was
doing so not only for herself, but to set an example for her
three children. Victoria shares her story.
Wendy La was the first in her family to go to college. She earned
a degree in psychology but later realized her passion was
working in speech pathology with children. She found a degree
program tailored to her needs at Sacramento State.