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A Program for Everyone

COD offers seven degrees in over 175 areas of study.

Success Stories: Eric Tecuanhuehue

Eric Tecuanhuehue never thought he would become a teacher.“I really did not like school growing up, and I struggled a lot,” he said. “I did not always hang around some of the best people, which did little to help my situation or outlook on high school.”It was his Technology and Engineering Education (TEE) teacher and wrestling coach who became a mentor to Tecuanhuehue and changed his attitude about school.

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Success Stories: Jhenevie Oca

When Jhenevie Oca was 11, her grandfather suffered a life-altering stroke and was placed in a nursing home. The experience of caring for her grandfather started her interest in nursing. Oca graduated with honors form College of Dupage and currently is in the RN to BSN program at Purdue University and looks forward to starting her career.

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Success Stories: Meggie Hernandez-Zayas

After surviving an abusive relationship, Meggie Hernandez-Zayas began fighting for survivor-focused legislation in Illinois. Her husband suggested she become a paralegal, and she discovered the Paralegal Studies program at College of DuPage. Her goal is to be employed by a survivor-focused nonprofit.

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Success Stories: Jason Mack

When he was 17 years old, Jason Mack took a glass bead-making class with his mother that influenced the direction of his career. The College of DuPage graduate is now a renowned glass artist, and in 2020, he built the world’s largest glass Christmas tree.

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