TALLAHASSEE — In the 2015-2016 academic year, 28 percent of Florida university students earning undergraduate degrees also accumulated “excess” credit hours and paid financial penalties.For a typical undergraduate that means she or he took classes totaling more than 120 credit hours to earn their baccalaureate degrees. If they took more than 132 hours of classes, it became a costly venture.Such students are subject to an excess credit-hour surcharge for those […]

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