Cleveland State Helping Students Complete Degrees Through Multi-Term Registration

April 23, 2014

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Inside Higher Ed has a great look at Cleveland State University’s push to raise degree completion by allowing students to register for the entire academic year.

Through multi-term registration the university anticipates students will be better equipped to plan ahead, set achievable goals, save money and eventually complete their degrees faster.

Nearly 60 percent of the student body used the registration option this year and university officials expect that number will rise next year when the practice is more widely touted on campus.

Cleveland State is one of many colleges and universities working to help students complete their degrees. For more, take a look at this story on the University of Baltimore.

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