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Chico State engineer students cannot contain their excitement to receive their diplomas at spring 2014 graduation ceremony. Photo credit: Chelsea Jeffers

State pushing for faster graduation rates

Bianca Quilantan // October 3, 2016

Super-seniors are in danger of extinction. The CSU system is focusing on how to impact students on track to graduate in four and a half years for first-years and in two and a half years for upper division...

Chico State engineer students cannot contain their excitement to receive their diplomas at spring 2014 graduation ceremony. Photo credit: Chelsea Jeffers

Graduation rate nears chancellor’s goal

Enrique Raymundo // December 9, 2014
Chico State is close to succeeding the chancellor's graduation rate goal, but there are still issues holding the rate down. Retaining first and second year students and minority students are the key to keeping graduation rates up.
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