How Did More Than 20 Schools Across the Country Increase College Graduation Rates?
Kim Bojórquez, Deseret News
With the help of scholarships and mentorship opportunities, Sinndy Rios, a third-year University of Utah student from Guatemala City, says she feels empowered to complete her college education in four years.
As tuition and living costs reach all-time highs, higher education leaders are focusing on closing gaps that prevent students from graduation. This week, university presidents and senior officials from more than 20 schools did just that at a two-day College Completion Summit where they shared best practices on increasing their school’s completion rates.