Report: ‘Super Senior’ fees an unfair penalty, say students
LONG BEACH — The California State University Board of Trustees will consider a new round of fees Tuesday and Wednesday intended to improve graduation rates and free up classroom seats for 18,000 new students at its regular meeting.
Officials said the fees are meant to target super seniors who have already accumulated enough credits to graduate and deter students who frequently repeat courses or enroll in too many classes only to drop some later.
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