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Rethinking Retention And Completion Strategies: Students With A Plan To Pay For Their Degree Are More Likely To Stay

Thousands of students per year are giving up the significant boost in access to future opportunity a degree conveys, but experts warn of an actual threat to continued U.S. international competitiveness.

It’s clear something is pushing close to half of all students to leave college, but it’s not the popular notion of a student body unprepared for the rigors of college. As it turns out, the real problem isn’t academics: 50% of dropouts leave because they can’t handle the financial side.

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