WSU approves privatizing management of campus housing

Sep 23

8:08 PM

By Chris Hughes

Tagged: Wayne State

By Kim Kozlowski, The Detroit News

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Detroit — As Wayne State University works to address a housing crunch and transform itself from a commuter school into a residential campus, the Board of Governors on Friday approved privatizing the management of its on campus housing.

The proposal created a 40 year agreement between the university and Corvias Campus Living to manage the on-campus housing. The Rhode Island-based company will be responsible for all property management while WSU will staff the buildings and provide programming.

Read more about WSU and Corvias HERE.