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Upperclassmen receive more housing opportunities

AU Housing & Dining Programs will allocate an additional 100 on-campus housing spaces for upperclassmen in the fall 2013 semester.

The University anticipates an increased demand for on-campus housing with the completion of Cassell Hall and the additions to Nebraska Hall for the fall 2013 semester, according to Sasha Gamburg, the assistant director of operations for assignments and dining programs.

Gamburg said that there was not enough demand from upperclassmen during the fall 2012 semester to fill all 400 allocated slots, but expressed confidence that more options for housing would increase the demand for on-campus housing this year.

“Last year, the cap for juniors and seniors who could select rooms was 400,” Gamburg said. “This year the cap was increased to 500.”

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