Chicago (CBS) — Students in Chicago’s STAR Scholarship program now have three more options for pursuing a four-year college degree.

Those schools include Chicago State University, Florida Memorial University and Stillman College.

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The transfer scholarships range from $1,000 to $50,000 every year.

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The city created the STAR Scholarship in 2015, so CPS students can start working on a degree at City Colleges at no cost.

There are now 24 four-year colleges and universities for students to choose from. Since the program launched, more than 6,000 students have been named STAR Scholars.

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More than 500 students have gone on to attend a transfer partner school.