Commonwealth Commitment Shareables

With a collection of videos produced in partnership with MassIT and NECN—including a brand-new spot by Governor Charlie Baker!—and an assortment of shareable images touting the benefits of Commonwealth Commitment, we just need your help getting the word out to prospective students. How about a #MAComCom tweet, post or email to your friends and followers?

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"We created the Commonwealth Commitment because we know students need a break on college costs to start their futures."

– Governor Charlie Baker

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Student Testimonials

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Commonwealth Commitment through MassTransfer: You attend college full-time & earn a 3.0 GPA. We lower your costs. Learn more at www.mass.edu/MAComCom #MAComCom

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What can you do with an Biology Degree?

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What can you do with an Chemistry Degree?

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What can you do with an Economics Degree?

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What can you do with an History Degree?

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What can you do with an Political Science Degree?

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What can you do with an Psychology Degree?

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Email Template

Copy and paste the text below to briefly explain what the Commonwealth Commitment is, and how it's helping Massachusetts students access and complete college!

Dear __________ ,

Governor Baker and leaders of Massachusetts public colleges and universities have a message for students and families worried about college costs: If you can make a commitment to complete your college education in four years, we’ll help you save an average of 40% off the cost of a traditional bachelor’s degree.

Hear what Governor Baker has to say about the Commonwealth Commitment in this video: https://youtu.be/mx1hYsOyNb0

Here’s how it works:

Students get:

When students earn the degrees they need for jobs in health care, technology, and other industries that drive economic growth in our state, everyone in Massachusetts reaps the rewards.

To learn more about the Commonwealth Commitment, please visit the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education’s website at www.mass.edu/macomcom.

Sincerely,

___________

 

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