FINDLAY With an increased enrollment and a higher number of students who want to live on campus, the University of Findlay said it will add more than 100 housing units on campus.
David Emsweller, the school s vice president for student services, said UF expects to start the fall semester with about 1,350 students living on campus compared with about 1,200 last year.
The university is converting the second floor of Myers residence hall, which previously housed offices, as well as 14 university-owned houses that also were offices, to accommodate the additional students.
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