The first step to removing administrative barriers is identifying them. To do so, campuses are developing cross-divisional committees, or task forces, to analyze student-related systems and offer recommendations to make university systems more efficient.
In a national survey, 80% of students said that they expect to graduate in four years; the CSU is removing the barriers found to interfere with meeting that expectation.
Updating the registration process, reworking “drop for- non-payment” policies and readmission are common barriers that are being addressed by CSU campuses.
Administrative barriers can include unnecessary or overly burdensome policies and procedures that may delay the graduation process.
Help students find the degree path that’s right for them and connect them to the tools they need to effectively navigate the college admissions and/or enrollment processes.
CSU campuses offer a variety of student services to ensure you stay on track for graduation.