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  • 8 Teams Vie to Launch Downtown UCF Campus
    “The winning group will design and build a $60 million academic project for UCF and Valencia College. Plans also call for a $5 million renovation of UCF’s Center for Emerging Media, which will be part of the 15-acre downtown campus. The buildings are to be ready by fall 2018….”
  • Florida Clamps Down on School Construction Spending
    “Central Florida district leaders say they fear the new rules, part of a massive education bill signed by Gov. Rick Scott earlier this month, will hamper their ability to build sturdy and technology-adept campuses….”



  • Tarkio College Works to Reopen as Two-Year Institution
    “’Twenty-nine acres of the campus itself and 11 buildings were gifted to the Tarkio College Alumni Association by Heartland Educational Institute that inherited the land when the college ceased operating in 1992,’ Hughes said. The college closed, according to a 1991 New York Times story, after earning the distinction of holding the highest loan default rate in the United States. The liberal arts college ended up owing more than $22 million to the federal government after dealing loans and grants to ineligible students….”


  • Pa. School-Funding Bill Goes Into Effect Monday
    “Part of Pennsylvania’s budget will become law Monday nearly 10 months after it was due. The bill distributes money to fund school districts and authorizes borrowing for school construction costs….”


  • A&M Announces New Research Campus
    “The new campus will be located at what is now the Riverside Campus and will offer a different route for students to obtain a college degree. Research facilities at the campus will focus on technology including robotics and advanced manufacturing. The TAMU System plans to invest $150 million into the overhaul of the old Riverside Campus, including the demolition of 32 old buildings and building of seven new ones….”

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