Thursday, March 4, 2021
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Officials react to the idea of extended housing at SU

Renovated houses, a revitalized neighbourhood and homeowner stability.

That is the future Michael Flusche, retired associate vice chancellor for academic affairs at Syracuse University, sees for residential areas surrounding SU if the administration chooses to extend the on-campus housing requirement for students.

SU officials announced the possibility of switching the on-campus housing requirement from two to three years at last week’s Campus Framework open forum. Current policy states that all non-commuter students are required to live on campus for two years, but can get a waiver if they choose to live in Greek housing their second year.

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