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Regents endorse successful graduation initiative

MEDIA RELEASE The University of Hawaii Board of Regents formally endorsed the Hawaii Graduation Initiative (HGI) and the university’s strategies for achieving its goals at its September board meeting. The HGI’s primary goal is to increase the number of UH graduates by 25 percent by 2015. This would mean awarding 10,500 degrees/certificates in 2015 compared […]

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More UH freshmen on track to complete college on time

MEDIA RELEASE Following a systemwide “15 to Finish” campaign, a higher percentage of incoming freshman students at the University of Hawaii’s campuses statewide registered to earn 15 or more credits for the Fall 2012 semester than freshmen who entered the UH system last year. This increase puts these new students on track to complete college […]

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UH encourages students to take 15 credits to graduate in 4 years

UH encourages students to take 15 credits to graduate in 4 years

MEDIA RELEASE The University of Hawaii System encourages full-time students at any of its two- or four-year campuses to take 15 credits per semester to graduate on time. Research has found that students who take at least 15 credits per semester have higher rates of timely graduation than students who take fewer classes. Those students […]

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