The University of Houston has killed a plan to require freshmen who live more than 20 miles away to live on campus for one year, The Houston Chronicle reported. The university pointed to evidence of higher retention rates for those who live on campus, but a state senator argued that it was less expensive for students to live elsewhere.
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