The six-year graduation rate for undergraduates at Chicago State University has fallen to 11 percent, The Chicago Tribune reported. In recent years, the graduation rate has been between 13 and 21 percent. Officials said part of the reason for the drop was that nearly 300 undergraduates were dismissed in 2011 because their grades were too low for them to remain eligible. But the Tribune noted that these students were not generally on track to graduate anyway.
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