Tag: Graduation Initiative 2025

Man, that was fast

I’m not excited for graduation, there I said it. In fact, I’m terrified to meet the harsh reality that awaits me after I finally depart from the safety of being a student. For many students, this will be happening sooner rather than later. Long Beach State Provost Brian Jersky recently[Read More…]

President Conoley addresses budget deficit

An $11 million Cal State Long Beach budget deficit may result in an increased availability of online classes, a delay in new renovation projects and a “strategic chilling” of the number of tenure-track hires, according to President Jane Close Conoley. The university is developing ways to mitigate the shortage for[Read More…]

Graduation Initiative 2025 pushes summer sessions

As a part of the Graduation Initiative 2025, the California State University system plans to raise the amount of students graduating within four years. One of the strategies to achieve this goal is to increase summer session enrollment. According to the CSU website, this would allow students to keep to[Read More…]

Less hassle, more tassle with the Graduation Initiative 2025

Cal State Long Beach students should expect to see more sections of highly impacted classes, among other changes, thanks to programs and research conducted under the Graduation 2025 Initiative. In January 2015, the California State University system launched the initiative, aiming to increase graduation rates across the 23 campuses. Currently,[Read More…]

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