College Hopes Students Find Three-Year Option Attractive
An Indiana college is taking a proactive approach to deal with the rising cost of higher education. Grace College in Winona Lake is launching an accelerated degree program this fall. Students who maintain a at least a 3.0 grade point average will have the option of graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in three years and a Master’s degree in four. Provost Bill Katip says the program has helped enrollment grow this year by more than 20 percent.
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