University of Texas regents approve $10 million for student success program
The University of Texas’ eight institutions will have to have “quantum-worthy” proposals that will improve graduation rates to get a piece of the $10 million the board of regents approved Thursday. This new student success program, pitched Thursday during the board of regents meeting, is part of Chancellor Bill McRaven’s nine Quantum Leaps, a series of initiatives the chancellor launched in 2015. UT’s graduation rates across all eight campuses are low, something McRaven said he wants to change.
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