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Graduate in 4 years, and save money: UT says its 15-hour plan could help students do just that

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A change in the way UT in Knoxville charges freshmen for credit hours could graduate students faster and save them $3,600 in tuition. Avoiding a fifth year of housing costs could do wonders for the wallet, too.

But the new plan might require perfection to pay off.

Starting this semester, new Volunteers pay for 15 credit hours instead of 12, an unprecedented move for the University of Tennessee among universities in its peer group.

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