One way to make college more affordable is simply to ensure your students graduate on time.
Reported by EAB, at Penn State University, their first-generation need-based students work 22 hours a week on average. These work requirements make it difficult to maintain a full course load, participate in additional extra-curricular academic experiences, and finish on time.
The takeaway? How do we make sure our enrollment coaches and academic advisors do a better job working with our students to map out their most cost-efficient path to graduation from day 1?
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