University offers incentives to students who take on-campus classes

June 14, 2013
Oklahoma State University-Tulsa is offering tuition savings to students who choose on-campus classes instead of online instruction.

Administrators at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa say there are benefits to taking a college course in a classroom, and they are willing to put money on it. The Tulsa World reports that starting in the fall, OSU-Tulsa will offer $250 tuition waivers to undergraduate and graduate students in an effort to get people to take more classes on campus instead of online. The "Get Here" tuition waiver is available for undergraduate students with a 2.0 grade-point average and taking at least 15 hours on campus and graduate students with a 3.0 grade-point average taking nine hours on campus.

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