Keene State Considers Incentives for Friday Morning Classes

In hopes of giving students a financial break and using the school's facilities more efficiently, Keene State College in New Hampshire is considering paying students to take early morning and Friday classes.

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In hopes of giving students a financial break and using the school's facilities more efficiently, Keene State College in New Hampshire is considering paying students to take early morning and Friday classes, the Equinox reports. "We are spending millions of dollars on these buildings, and...to utilize our buildings in the mornings and also on Fridays, we came up with the idea of maybe offering students a little bit of a break to get students to classes a little bit earlier during those days," said a student trustee. Keene State officials thus might join the University of Iowa in the quest to tame the push for more "thirsty Thursdays."