- The Catch-22 of Community College Graduation Rates
- New Study: 70% of California Community College Students Fail
- Shocking Low Graduation Rates Plague Illinois Community Colleges
- How California Community Colleges Hope to Increase Graduation Rates by 2020
- Will You Graduate From Community College? Factors that Influence Success
However, a college degree is imperative today for individuals who want to gain employment that offers sufficient income to support themselves and their families. Community colleges are an especially good place to get an education because of the convenience and affordability many two-year institutions offer. To help students reach their goals, colleges are getting creative in their methods of student retention.
One community college has come up with what they believe is a solution to this collegiate quandary.
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