Three quarters of Wayne State students used to drop out. Now most graduate.

Thursday, October 13, 2022
MLive

Eleven years ago, just one out of every four undergraduates who enrolled at Wayne State University graduated within six years. For Black students, it was barely one in 13. Those numbers have changed dramatically, thanks to the roll-out of several initiatives designed to support students from orientation to graduation.

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