Housing may be added at University of Michigan-Dearborn

March 24, 2008
Officials are considering a 500-bed project

University of Michigan-Dearborn officials are contemplating adding housing for up to 500 students near campus. The 8,600-student university has lacked student housing since 1993, when one- and two-bedroom apartments became faculty offices during space shortages. Proponents say housing could be an asset, attract more students and benefit those who have a difficult time finding apartments.

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