Campus Housing

Some articles on housing, campus, campus housing:

UCF - Student Life - Residential Life
... Main article University of Central Florida Housing See also Knights Plaza The university currently houses 6,000 beds on-campus in eight different housing communities ... Apartment style housing is available in the Academic Village (Nike and Hercules) communities, the Towers at Knights Plaza, and the Lake Claire Courtyard ... Rosen College of Hospitality Management campus ...
Lamar University - History - Modern History
... accreditation separate from the main campus ... The campus was moved to the current site in 1942 because the school had outgrown its current location and taken on a more regional role ... In the late 1990s, Lamar began undertaking campus improvement projects ...
LSU - Campus - Campus Housing
... On-campus housing options include on-campus apartments (East Campus Apartments, West Campus Apartments, Edward Gay and Nicholson Apartments), Annie ...
Dawson Community College - Campus Housing
... The student housing complex is made up of thirty-two, 2 bedroom apartments which house up to four students ... Students living on campus have easy and quick access to all the campus buildings, offices, and activities ... Full-time students under the age of 21 must live on campus until they have earned 30 credits ...
Campus Of The University Of California, Irvine - Residential Accommodations
... options for students interested in living on campus ... dormitories, approximately 4,000 other undergraduates live in apartment/theme community housing, and 1,542 living units are available for graduate students and their families ... Part of UCI's long-range development plan involves expanding on-campus housing to accommodate 50% of all UCI students ...

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