#15toFinish

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KNOW THE PROBLEM

The math is clear: in order to graduate on time, students must take at least 15 credits per semester or 30 credits per year. But even amongst full-time students, the majority are taking credit loads that automatically put them on a 3- to 4- year plan for an associate degree and a 5-year plan for a bachelor’s degree. Each extra semester comes with a cost, and the longer it takes, the more life gets in the way – decreasing the likelihood students will ever earn their degree. Further complicating the matter, federal financial aid policies require students to be enrolled in just 12 credits each semester to be eligible for assistance, creating a de facto standard that 12 credits are “full-time.” The result: students graduate late, if at all, and rack up unnecessary time and debt in the process. 

LEARN WHAT 15 TO FINISH IS ALL ABOUT BY VIEWING THE VIDEO BELOW:

 

Why 15 to Finish?

Taking at least 15 credits per semester, or 30 credits per academic year ensures that you are on track to complete your degree on time. 

How will 15 to Finish help me?
  • You can save $$$ by not paying extra tuition
  • Avoid taking on more debt
  • Start working and earning faster
  • Up your chances for making a higher GPA
  • Reduce the odds that you'll drop out
Who can I talk to about 15 to Finish and my degree plan?