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QC unveils 4 year graduation program for Fall 2017

Queens College recently unveiled its “QC in 4” four-year graduation plan, which will be available this fall for incoming freshmen. Students who commit to the voluntary four-year plan agree to earn 30 credits a year, completing 15 each semester starting Fall 2017. Students are also expected to enroll each fall and spring semester without interruption, […]

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Unveiling OASIS and improving success for underprivileged students

Coming to Queens College is a new initiative aimed at increasing minority graduation rates. Optimizing Academic Success and Institutional Strategy is Education Trust’s innovative initiative to improve higher education success for underprivileged students. The organization, which is a non-profit advocacy, promotes programs aimed at helping students of low-income and minorities in order to close achievement […]

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Examining the differences between American and Greek education

Greece’s debt crisis led to major implications across the country, including the eternal student phenomenon in higher education. An eternal student takes extra college courses to delay entering the workforce. Education in Greece is free, encouraging the delay. “Greece is in a difficult situation. How to keep the things such as quality, free education for […]

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