UNR finds revenue by opening dorms du...

UNR finds revenue by opening dorms during summer

There are 2 comments on the Sparks Today story from Apr 4, 2011, titled UNR finds revenue by opening dorms during summer. In it, Sparks Today reports that:

UNR finds revenue by opening dorms during summer Comments The University of Nevada, Reno residence halls are rented out in the summer to help raise revenue .

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Jeff with a J

Reno, NV

#1 Apr 4, 2011
This is great, and with the state of things going on in Carson City the university system and the public schools will need every available penny they can scrape together to remain open and serve the needs of our students.

NOW if the folks in Carson City would find a way to fund education and make the youth of our state a priority they would not have to worry, kids would want to take advanced classes and summer workshops in there field of study.

United States

#2 Apr 5, 2011
I think this is a great idea, many colleges offer their dorms in summer to students from all over. It helps both student and funding.

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