“Wright State already had one of the lowest tuition plans in the state — God bless them,” Faber said. “(This) shows President (David) Hopkins is a real leader.”
Wright State’s rebate will be enacted next year. Here’s how it will work: If a student completes 24 credit hours in a given fall and spring semester, they would earn a 20 percent discount on a course the following summer semester. That represents a possible savings of $945 over four years.
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