College completion data released recently by the University Innovation Alliance (UIA) shows that the number of low-income graduates has increased by 24.7 percent among participating universities over the past three years, marking significant progress toward the Alliance's goal of graduating an additional 68,000 undergraduates by 2025.

Since launching the UIA in 2014, the group has also increased the total number of undergraduate degrees by 9.2 percent (from 79,170 to 86,436). This increased degree productivity sets the UIA firmly on the path to exceeding its public attainment goals, with an additional 94,000 graduates predicted by 2025.

"Improving outcomes for low income...

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