Posted Monday, September 23, 2013
Under Ohio's new funding formula for higher education institutions, colleges and universities get state funding based on graduation rates. The point of going to college is to get a degree, officials argue. Which is why colleges are working to ensure their students get that diploma. We'll check in with area universities and community colleges to see what they're doing to help students succeed.
Ronald Berkman, President of Cleveland State University
Alex Johnson, President of Cuyahoga Community College
Morris Beverage, President of Lakeland Community College
Cheryl Rice, Vice President for Student Services and Enrollment Management at Stark State College
New opportunities for student success at Cleveland State University
Colleges’ search for former students eligible for an associate degree is moderately successful
Area colleges working to get students set for changing world
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