Friday, November 20, 2015

University of Toledo to require more students live on campus - The Associated Press

The University of Toledo is requiring that more students live on campus and reside there longer in hopes of helping students become more involved and bolster the school's retention rates. New Toledo students who enroll next fall and live more than 25 miles away will be required to stay on-campus during their first two years. Returning sophomores will not be required to live on campus next fall and future enrollees can apply for a waiver. Students who live on campus during their freshman and sophomore years are more involved in campus life and more likely to use academic resources, university officials say. The move will also bring the school about $540,000 next year in additional revenue and $4 million the following year.

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