Graduating students in four years, or six years at the latest, is the goal at many public universities nationwide. This series examines strategies that helped two campuses to make significant progress especially for Black and Latino students. Finishing college on time lowers tuition and living costs, reduces debt and prepares students for job demands. And, the longer it takes, the less likely students will earn a degree.
Part 1 • May 11, 2022
Improvements include closing gaps for Latino and Black students.
Part 2 • May 16, 2022
Latinos and Blacks lead at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Part 3 • May 18, 2022
Q & A with CSU’s Jeff Gold, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Success.
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