MSU administration launches program to help former students graduate

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Some students who started their degree at MSU and were unable to complete it may have a second chance with “MSU Reboot.”

This program is for students who have been away from the university for at least two years, have not earned a degree and owe a balance of no more than $1,500.

This will allow them to start taking classes again, while the university waives a part of the previous debt owed upon the successful completion of the courses they are currently enrolled in.

“What we’ll waive is $500 for every six hours of successful completion of courses,” Enrollment Management Vice President Fred Dietz said.

That means if a student decides to utilize this program owing the maximum $1,500 and complete 18 hours, the whole $1,500 will be waived.

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