Pandemic impacts university's 2022 completions. Campus closures may have hurt some graduation plans.
CSU official notes efforts to bring dropouts back to campuses after the pandemic's toll. Warns of "troublesome equity challenge."
The University of Texas at San Antonio's success at boosting graduation rates, especially for Black and Latino students, may offer strategies for California and other states.
The University of South Florida improved four- and six-year graduation rates by closing gaps for Latino and Black students, using methods that often contrast with California's.
Reforms underway in teaching college calculus. But weak math skills from high school derail students from STEM careers.
Campuses overhaul courses, offer more tutoring to cut high failure rates. Nearly half of students fail or drop some classes.
New advising programs focus on freshmen. Goal is for first year students to take 15 units a term.
Amid online classes and other tumult, will freshmen return for sophomore year? CSU campuses show mixed results so far.