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Staten Island College Readies 1st Campus Housing

The College of Staten Island is offering students tours of its model dorm as workers near the finish line on building the school's first on-campus housing.

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WMU President John Dunn Responds To Criticism Of East Campus Renovation Plans

Western Michigan University President John Dunn remembers not even knowing about East Campus while being interviewed for his current position in 2007.

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Ann Arbor's Historic District Commission Takes Stand Against Student High-Rise Proposed On East Huron

The city of Ann Arbor's Historic District Commission is taking a rare stand against a project proposed outside one of the city's historic districts.

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UCA Eyes New Science Complex

Students at the University of Central Arkansas could have a new science building — one without standing water in the basement when it rains — by 2016, if the Board of Trustees decides to move forward.

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Plan For 8-Story Building Near Camp Randall Draws Opposition From Neighbors, Police

Plans for an eight-story, mixed-use student housing development in the shadow of Camp Randall Stadium has many neighborhood residents concerned.

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WMU Plans To Renovate, Raze Historic Buildings Bittersweet To East Campus Supporters

News of Western Michigan University’s plans to demolish West and North halls, the Speech and Hearing Center and possibly wings of East Hall was disappointing for Thomas Coyne, a former alumni relations director at WMU and member of the Friends of Historic East Campus group.

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Financial Group Donates Downtown Building to University

In what will be the largest donation it has ever received, the University of the Fraser Valley (British Columbia, Canada) will take ownership in early 2013 of the former BMO Bank of Montreal branch building at historic Five Corners in downtown Chilliwack. The university will renovate and refurbish the facility to create UFV Plaza, a downtown education centre with a focus on programming related to business development and training.

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Luxury Student Housing Hits College Campuses Nationwide

Chances are your college apartment didn’t have walk-in closets, granite countertops and a resort-style pool with private cabanas.

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Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine Selects Corvias Campus Living to Build and Manage On-Campus Student Housing

Corvias Campus Living, a privately-owned, vertically-integrated real estate solutions company, announced today plans to construct and manage student apartments for the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM).

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