Job Asiimwe was on the verge of becoming one of the suprisingly large number of American college and university students who fail to earn their degrees after a dental procedure cost him more money than he earned in a month to pay for food, rent and tuition, and it wasn't covered by insurance. (Jay Reiter/MCT)
Job Asiimwe was on the verge of becoming one of the suprisingly large number of American college and university students who fail to earn their degrees after a dental procedure cost him more money than he earned in a month to pay for food, rent and tuition, and it wasn't covered by insurance. (Jay Reiter/MCT) Jay Reiter/MCT
Job Asiimwe was on the verge of becoming one of the suprisingly large number of American college and university students who fail to earn their degrees after a dental procedure cost him more money than he earned in a month to pay for food, rent and tuition, and it wasn't covered by insurance. (Jay Reiter/MCT) Jay Reiter/MCT

Colleges trying new ways to keep students from dropping out

September 26, 2011 02:36 PM

UPDATED September 26, 2011 08:45 PM

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