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Removing Administrative Barriers That Impede Student Success

​​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.​

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