UMass-Boston wants student housing for 2,000

Sept. 17, 2010
Residence halls envisioned as part of 25-year strategic plan
University of Massachusetts at Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley wants to provide university housing to 2,000 students. The university’s $900 million, 25-year strategic plan calls for rebuilding the campus on the same site, preserving a few existing structures but mostly adding facilities, green space, parking structures and – most dramatically – residence halls. Twenty-five percent of admitted students who chose not to attend the university this year picked another school because UMass-Boston does not have residence halls, Motley says. To read The Quincy Patriot-Ledger article, click here.

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