First-of-its-Kind Program Commits to Giving Students the Critical Resources and Encouragement Needed to Return to School, Succeed in Class, and Finish Their Degrees
Research Shows Students will Earn Substantially More and Are Less Likely to Default on Loans if They Resume Studies
Albany – State University of New York Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson today announced that SUNY has successfully re-enrolled 5,738 students into college as a result of a first-of-its-kind program called Re-Enroll to Complete. This creative, proactive approach is not only encouraging more students back into the classroom, it’s providing key, additional academic and financial support services that help them succeed. Nearly 95 percent of the students went back to a SUNY campus.