The governor wants Florida’s colleges and universities to do more to help students graduate within four years.
Rick Scott today has started a two-day “Degrees to Jobs” summit in Orlando.
He wants several changes to help students leave school sooner.
Just 44 percent of students attending a public university here graduate in four years.
Scott wants schools to drop any extra fees they charge for courses on the Internet.
He also wants to expand the state’s Bright Futures scholarship so it covers summer course.
Additionally, Scott wants college to ensure they offer credit for AP courses.