Oklahoma college adding student housing for first time in its history
MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – An Oklahoma college has announced they will be adding student housing facilities to the campus for the first time.
Rose State College officials said they are currently in the planning and evaluating stages of the project.
They said they hope to have the housing available by Aug. 2015.
Rose State College President Dr. Jeanie Webb said in a statement:
“The desire for housing has been a consistent theme among many of our students, including our athletes and leadership program students. We know that providing a housing option can add dimension to our students’ college experience and we are thrilled that our board has been so supportive.”
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