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Summer Session classes help Sac State students graduate faster

Summer students Sacramento State is doing more than ever this year to make summer classes more affordable and accessible, part of the University’s overall effort to help students graduate on time.

The University has taken several steps to reduce the cost of summer courses, including again offering the Provost’s Summer Graduation Initiative Grant to students who have signed the “Finish in Four” or “Through in Two” pledges and reducing summer fees. Sac State also is closely watching registration so that additional sections of high-demand classes can potentially be added.

“Summer Session is an untapped resource for our students, in that it allows them to enroll in courses they may not have been able to get during the fall or spring semester or may not have fit into their schedule,” says Jim Dragna, executive director of University Initiatives and Student Success. “Summer offers a way to not only make up courses but also to get ahead and use that time in an efficient way.”
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