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KIMT: Finish in Four

March 7, 2013

The cost of college is not getting cheaper, or is it?

Some universities around the nation are taking a different approach to attract students to their campus.

They may not all do it in the same way, but some universities are promising a chunk of their money as a motivating factor.

It is designed to get students in and out of college faster than they typically do.

The average college freshman takes over five and a half years to graduate from college, but schools around the nation are hoping to change that.

“We have a campus-wide commitment and an expectation that our students will be graduating in four years,” said Michon Rogers, a Development Associate at the University of Minnesota Rochester...

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