"Ohio Means Success" Helps Students Plan to Graduate

Nov 28, 2012

Only 26 percent of adults in Ohio have a four-year college degree, compared to 31 percent nationwide.  Each percentage point costs the economy in the state about two and a half billion dollars per year. In response, the states’ Board of Regents has created a task force to help students enter, and finish their degree programs. Ohio Means Success spokesperson Kim Norris talked to WNKU’s Matt Kelley about who is on the task force, and what they hope to accomplish. (get more information at www.ohiomeanssuccess.org )