COLUMBUS, Ohio - The end of spring quarter at The Ohio State University brings something new. It also marks the final quarter ever at the college.
Beginning this summer, OSU will join 17 other state colleges in a switch to semesters.
The plan has been in the works for three years.
University officials believe they've made a rather smooth transition for students, but many students say they're worried.
Some are concerned that they won't be able to take all the hours needed to graduate. Others fear they'll miss out on certain classes by the time they hope to graduate.
OSU officials say they will do everthing they can to provide what students need to graduate on time.
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