Thurgood Marshall College Fund collaborates with Delaware State to reduce college dropout rates

Wednesday, August 02, 2023

Approximately 40 million students attended American colleges but never graduated. That’s concerning for leaders at Delaware State University in Dover, where they’re looking for strategies to reduce the dropout rate. To address the issue, DSU will team up with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund to create a joint center to help students develop non-traditional, easy paths to complete their college education, including online classes. With the first cohort of 60 students, the university has so far achieved success.       

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