The coronavirus pandemic has forced college seniors to abandon the traditional celebrations and ceremonies associated with graduation.
Facing the uncertainty of the coronavirus crisis, a Cal State Los Angeles student wonders what lies ahead.
Colleges offer programs for parents who want to help their children graduate on time.
Eleven campuses still graduated less than 20 percent of students who entered as freshmen four years ago.
Some Cal State campuses report a doubling or more in summer enrollment with Pell Grants' revival. But time limits remain.
With a 23 percent four-year graduation rate among full-time students, the Cal State system is trying to get more students to finish on time.
California state universities replace remedial English composition with a new model that takes two semesters and offers academic credit for both.
State grants allow campuses to shorten credential process from 5 1/2 to 4 years.
The universities are opening satellite campuses in urban centers.