MnSCU looking for students with credits, not degrees

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities officials are looking for former college students who have not completed their degrees.

An initiative called “Graduate Minnesota: Complete your degree. Anytime. Anywhere” is designed to encourage Minnesotans to head back to class.

“We must leverage the talents of the state’s 800,000 or so adults who have completed some college but have no degree,” said MnSCU Chancellor Steven Rosenstone. “Many former students have earned a significant number of credits and may be closer than they think to earning a degree.”

 

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