LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. - Arizona State University has announced plans to expand housing options for students at its Lake Havasu City campus this spring.
The campus director says the university is at its housing capacity with 64 students. University officials say the $400,000 renovation project would add 11 rooms with 22 beds.
Today's News-Herald reported Monday that majority of university students live in campus housing, while others either reside at homes in Havasu or commute from outside the city.
Officials say there are 130 students currently enrolled in classes, with 18 seniors expected to graduate in May. The residence hall expansion is expected to begin in May.