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The Chronicle of Higher Education: “With the run-up in tuition in recent years, combined with a crippling recession that threatens many colleges and many more families, some think the three-year degree is an idea whose time has come.”
USA Today: “Not much else seems to be helping keep down college costs, so maybe this will: a three-year college degree.”
The Wall Street Journal: “When Samantha Chapman chose to go to Manchester University last year, there was one big deciding factor: The Indiana school had a new program that would let her speed to a bachelor's degree in just three years, saving her family about $10,000.”
WANE-TV: Manchester tackles governor’s challenge for affordable higher education
Inside Higher Ed features Fast Forward in investigative research on three-year degrees
The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne: “Three-year plan for college degree is a good idea. It would save students money and benefit the entire state as well.”