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This is where the funnel effect starts for students, once admitted, they are all invited into the underclass, and expected to complete their core before transitioning to the upperclass. But the gates to the upperclass are not open, they are competitive, and most students are not prepared for this competition. Completion depends on being able to get students through the last two years of college, and this is why our graduation rates are measured in six year terms, not four. It is the last thirty to forty upperclass credits that take so much time. Continue »