Purdue: Ideas for more campus housing coming in April
Purdue trustees say they recognize the housing squeeze, as some city council members press the university to do better to match growing enrollment to available beds, on-campus and off-campus
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With record-upon-record enrollment crowding on-campus housing and the West Lafayette City Council growing restless for answers about the spill-over into the off-campus market, Purdue officials said Friday they plan to unveil possible solutions in April, the next time the university’s trustees meet.
“I always hate when someone says it’s a great problem to have, because it’s still a problem,” Gary Lehman, a trustee who heads up the board’s physical facilities committee, said during an update to trustees Friday. “It’s one of the challenges we’ve got to look at.”
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