Some students don't want flexible schedules

July 17, 2008
Colleges try to condense schedules to ease pain of higher gasoline prices

Flexible scheduling has suddenly become the way for colleges to show they care about students' wallets as gas prices continue to rise. But students haven't been so quick to embrace the changes. Schools are shifting classes online, creating four-day workweeks and condensing schedules to keep commuting students from coming as often to campus. But some classes won't qualify, and some students don't like the idea of cramming more class time into fewer days.

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