(Cleveland) - The cost of attending CSU is rising, but students who move toward graduation at a quick and steady pace can save money.

Even though Cleveland State is raising undergraduate tuition by 2%, university trustees have created a program that provides students with a rebate if they complete 30 credits in an academic year.

Students can receive a $100 textbook credit each semester if they are in good academic standing. Its part of an effort to shorten the time it takes students to graduate.

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