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Oklahoma's 15 to Finish Initiative

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Oklahoma's 15 to Finish initiative brings together academic, student affairs, financial aid and academic advising professionals to focus on state system and campus strategies and practices that promote on-time degree completion through a targeted emphasis on defining "full-time" status as enrollment in 15 credit hours per semester or 30 credit hours per year.

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Information From Oklahoma's 2017 15 to Finish Summit

Below are helpful documents created by Complete College America for promotion of this initiative.

CCA Data Snapshot: Oklahoma (PDF, 306k)

Momentum: The Academic and Economic Value of a 15-Credit First-Semester Course Load for College Students in Tennessee (external PDF)

The Game Changers: Are states implementing the best reforms to get more college graduates? (external PDF)

Time Is the Enemy: The surprising truth about why today's college students aren't graduating... and what needs to change (external PDF)

How Full-Time Are "Full-Time" Students? (external PDF)

Four-Year Myth: Make college more affordable. Restore the promise of graduating on time. (external PDF)

The Power of 15 Credits: Enrollment Intensity and Postsecondary Student Achievement (external PDF)

Shared Principles for Boosting On-Time Graduation (external PDF)