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CSUN students rewarded for eating on campus

California State University, Northridge, is encouraging students to experience the variety of campus dining locations by giving out discounts and prizes, according to the Daily Sundial.

Students are issued a passport with 11 slots for participating CSUN dining locations to stamp each time the student makes a minimum purchase. The first two stamps give students $1 off their next purchase, four stamps gives them $3 off their subsequent purchase.

Once the card is filled the students can exchange the passport at any of the participating dining locations to receive a $12 dining card, and then be entered into a drawing to win prizes like an iPod Touch or a mountain bike.

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