Student housing a long-term goal at University of Maine at Augusta

Oct. 9, 2008
Funding is not on the horizon for such a project

TheUniversity of Maine at Augusta will eventually provide student housing, but the college's president, Allyson Hughes Handley, says students should not expect it in the immediate future. Such housing could help revitalize downtown Augusta, but in light of the state's budget woes, Handley says the school may have to temper its involvement in downtown revitalization. To read The Kennebec Journal article, click here.

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