Re "CSU looks at 'incentive' fees" (Capitol & California, Nov. 9): How are students supposed to graduate on time when getting the classes necessary to graduate are nearly impossible? Do they honestly think that raising the fees for "super seniors" is really going to motivate them to graduate on time?
Secondly, if a student fails a course, it is most likely because they don't understand the course material, so how is increasing the fees for students repeating courses going to motivate students to do better? Lastly, the article states that CSU is going to increase fees for students taking 18-plus units. Currently, students are limited to taking 13 to 16 units per semester. My question is how can they expect students to graduate on time when they are already limited to how many units they can take per semester, which delays them in graduating? They make it seem like students are purposely trying to delay graduating when it's not their fault.
-- Kendall Thomas, Sacramento
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