Chancellor Nancy Zimpher doubled down on SUNY's commitment to online learning in her annual "State of the University" address Tuesday, Record Online reports.

While acknowledging online learning is the "hottest" trend in higher education these days, she insisted what's being called "Open SUNY" isn't merely "trendy."

Open SUNY, she said, will "completely redefine access to a college degree ... allowing us to reach (every child and adult) in their homes, schools and communities."

The initiative is aimed at making it more possible for the state's seven million high school graduates who don't have — but will eventually need — a college diploma in...

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