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UH campaign to encourage students to graduate on time is highlighted

The University of Hawaii’s “15 to Finish” campaign, encouraging students to take 15 credits a semester to graduate on time, was highlighted as a national model at the Complete College America conference in Denver today.

CCA is a nonprofit national alliance of 33 states seeking to boost the number of Americans graduating with post-secondary degrees.

Linda Johnsrud, UH executive vice president for academic affairs and provost, said it was a “real tribute to our 10-campus effort” to be recognized at the conference.

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