Thursday, April 18, 2019
Screenings at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Century Theater // Memorial Union
*Parking is free on campus after 4:30 p.m.
Free to all who attend.
Set in the cities of Akron, Atlanta, Boston and Los Angeles, five individuals failed by America’s higher education system fight for a second chance at opportunity.
In the US less than 50% of students who start college ever finish, making America’s college completion rates among the worst in the world. Now there are more than 35 million Americans who started college but never finished, leaving them saddled with debt, and behind their peers in earning power. Featuring interviews with LeBron James, Howard Schultz, and our nation's leading voices in education, this penetrating and personal new film investigates America’s college dropout crisis through the lives of five diverse students as they fight for a second chance at opportunity and highlights the innovators reimagining higher education for the 21st century.
More information about this film screening will be added soon!
This event is open to the public. Area college and high school administrators and teachers are invited to attend. Registration for each screening is limited to 300 people.
Screenings of the film Unlikely are sponsored by NDSU's
- Learning Support Coalition.
- TRIO programs.
- Office of Teaching and Learning.
- Office of Student Success Programs.