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#SacStateSays: Can students graduate in four years with a bachelor’s degree?

With Sacramento State pushing its 2025 Graduation Initiative, which is aimed at helping students graduate in four years, we asked students if they think graduating in four years is a realistic goal. Tell us what you think by using the hashtag #SacStateSays on social media.

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