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120 credits to graduate?

St. Francis College is considering reducing the amount of credits required to graduate from 129 to 120, which is the New York State quota.  

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Written by Julia Giammona on . Posted in News

St. Francis College is considering reducing the amount of credits required to graduate from 129 to 120, which is the New York State quota.

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