Apr 28, 2010 2:18 PM
Six students at Colorado State University-Pueblo will receive more than just a diploma on May 1, they'll also get back the tuition money they paid for their last semester. For a full time student that could be more than $1,500.
The four-year incentive program began The University began the four-year incentive program in the fall of 2007 after a suggestion then by CSU System Governor Joe Blake in hopes of increasing enrollment, retention, and graduation rates.
With more than 1500 students currently under contract, the University expects four-year graduation to be more common than in the past.