A new proposal would require University of Nebraska-Lincoln sophomores who are struggling with their studies to live in dormitories.
University of Nebraska Regent Tim Clare told the Lincoln Journal Star that requiring sophomores on academic probation to live in the dorms would help the students.
"Those students who are struggling, we need to do what we can to help them," Clare said. "This, I think, would help them."
Such a move would raise dorm occupancy in a year when there are fewer students taking classes, he said.
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