November 30, 2022

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Some freshmen at CSU to start off year living in a hotel

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The university says they had more applications and fewer no-shows than expected this year. CSU is also taking a residence hall off-line for renovations.

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — When students start moving into Colorado State University (CSU) this month, about 150 of them will be making a temporary home at a hotel next to campus.

CSU said it underestimated how many freshman would arrive on campus this semester. A spokesperson for the university said their application numbers were 5% higher, and they had fewer people canceling plans than anticipated.

“Our projections were on target until about Memorial Day weekend and that’s where… we expected a lot more…

2022-08-05 22:49:49

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