Morgan State University has created a college to re-enroll college dropouts

Robin Golden went to high school without much effort. After graduating in the spring of 1981, he planned to leave college and go directly to the job market.

He was furious when his father, a professor at Morgan State University in Baltimore, signed him up for classes there. He didn’t want to go, and when he dropped out two years later, his GPA was 1.8.

But after decades of low pay and a sense of humiliation at various jobs, Golden realized that maybe his father was right – maybe he should get a college degree.

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