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Author(s):McFadden, D.
Title:Fast foward: Find your place - faster
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Organization:Manchester College
Short Description:This program designed by Manchester College seeks to encourage students to graduate sooner.
Annotation:This program designed by Manchester College seeks to encourage students to graduate sooner, which will likely lessen the amount of money spent on tuition.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
Educational Attainment/College Degree Completion

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