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Dual credit classes for high school students to become cheaper at WKU

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Western Kentucky University is making it easier for high school students to take college classes.

Starting this fall, dual credit classes at the Bowling Green campus will be reduced from $210 to $156 for three credit hours.

The university is also introducing a new initiative announced by Gov. Matt Bevin.

The program pays for up to two dual credit courses per academic year, or nine total hours throughout high school.

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