Fayetteville State offers free summer school to help students graduate on time

Nearly 2,500 students are enrolled in Fayetteville State University’s 30/60/90 free summer school program, almost double last year’s enrollment number.

Last summer, nearly 1,500 students attended summer school for free through the program.

The name of the program, launched by the university last year, refers to the minimum number of credits required each academic year in order for a student to graduate on time. The university is using federal relief funds to cover the cost of the program.

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