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Oklahoma's 15 to Finish Initiative

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Oklahoma's 15 to Finish initiative brings together academic, student affairs, financial aid and academic advising professionals to focus on state system and campus strategies and practices that promote on-time degree completion through a targeted emphasis on defining "full-time" status as enrollment in 15 credit hours per semester or 30 credit hours per year.

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What's New

Campus Initiatives

Information From Oklahoma's 2017 15 to Finish Summit


Below are helpful documents created by Complete College America for promotion of this initiative.

CCA Data Snapshot: Oklahoma (PDF, 306k)

Momentum: The Academic and Economic Value of a 15-Credit First-Semester Course Load for College Students in Tennessee (external PDF)

The Game Changers: Are states implementing the best reforms to get more college graduates? (external PDF)

Time Is the Enemy: The surprising truth about why today's college students aren't graduating... and what needs to change (external PDF)

How Full-Time Are "Full-Time" Students? (external PDF)

Four-Year Myth: Make college more affordable. Restore the promise of graduating on time. (external PDF)

The Power of 15 Credits: Enrollment Intensity and Postsecondary Student Achievement (external PDF)

Shared Principles for Boosting On-Time Graduation (external PDF)


Campus Initiatives

Northeastern State University
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
University of Central Oklahoma

Northeastern State University
Think 30 Website (external link)
Student Postcard (PDF, 93k)

NSU Think 30 student postcard.

Parent Postcard (PDF, 145k)

NSU Think 30 Parent Postcard

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Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Think 30 Fact Sheet (PDF, 111k)

Social Media Ad

SE's social media ad featured on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram: @SoutheasternOklahoma. Think 30 Oklahoma. Just the Facts. Students who take 30 hours per year tend to have higher GPAs. You can be flexible each semester, as long as you get 30 hours per year.

Web Banner

SE's web banner: Think 30 Oklahoma. By taking 30 hours per year, you will graduate on time, start your career sooner, save on tuition and fees and avoid taking on additional student debt.

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University of Central Oklahoma
Think 30 – Graphic for Social Media

UCO's social media ad featured on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram: UCO Students: Stay on track to graduate in four years by taking 30 hours per academic year. Enroll now for fall! http://sites.uco.edu/em/.

Graduate in Four Years – Graphic for Social Media

UCO's social media ad featured on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram: 30 hours each academic year (checkmark emoji). Degree in four years (checkmark and grad hat emojis). Enroll today! http://sites.uco.edu/em/.

Get the Classes You Want – Graphic for Social Media

UCO's social media ad featured on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram: Want to attend online or on campus? Prefer morning or afternoon classes? Get the schedule you want by enrolling today! http://sites.uco.edu/em/.

Graduation – Graphic for Social Media

UCO's social media ad featured on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram: This can be you in four years. Enroll in 30 hours each academic year to stay on track to graduate. Enroll now for the fall! http://sites.uco.edu/em/.

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