Fort Wayne campus to add residence halls

April 17, 2008
3 new buildings at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne will increase student housing capacity by 450

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne plans to build three new residence halls to house 450 students, a community center and a maintenance building. After the $38 million construction project is complete, about 10 percent of the school's student body will be living in student housing. Within 10 years, the university hopes to have one-quarter of its students living on campus.

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