At one California university, a grant helped struggling students graduate 93% faster

November 5, 2018


States are growing more committed to graduating students faster and with less debt. In May, Virginia’s public Longwood University approved a plan to discount tuition by $250 for students enrolled in at least 30 credits during the 2018-19 school year. The discount makes it less expensive for low-income students who receive Pell Grants to take more than 12 credits per term, the university said.

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