Minot (N.D.) State University faces housing shortage

Aug. 16, 2011
Summer's flooding leaves many students and faculty without homes

From The Minot Daily News: Officials at Minot State University in Minot, N.D., are scrambling to address a housing shortage for students and staff. Many university students and faculty who lived in houses or apartments lost their homes because of the worst flooding ever in the city. There are 661 available beds in the university residence halls, all filled, and 809 applications for housing. The university has bought 10 Olympic housing units, each of which will accommodate 10 students in bunkbed-style arrangements.

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