By Stacey Springob
More and more college students are taking five or six years to earn a four-year degree. This costs them not only time, but also thousands of tuition dollars. With all those odds against them, how are students supposed to graduate on time?
"Because we have a lot of our students who are working during the academic year, it really helps them if they can pick up a summer class or two to graduate on time," said Greg Summers, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Provost and Vice Chancellor.
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