City of Boston Pushes Colleges to Build More Dorms

October 9, 2014

City officials in Boston are urging area colleges to cut in half the number of students who live off campus, The Boston Globe reported. Under a new city housing plan, colleges are being encouraged to work with developers to collectively add more than 18,000 new dormitory beds by 2030. The plan comes amid growing concerns that many students live off campus in unsafe housing.


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