Proposals from students, staff, faculty, and alumni can be submitted until September 16.
Although a full plan from partner firm Populous has yet to be delivered, AD Sandy Barbour says that completion of the proposed renovations may reduce the capacity of Beaver Stadium.
"Other schools are contacting [Penn State targets] and telling them the NCAA is going to get involved and impose more sanctions...To insinuate that NCAA enforcement is looking at us and considering additional sanctions is preposterous," Barbour said.
You could live in Earle Hall or Robinson Hall in the future.
The Board of Trustees finance committee proposed a tuition increase despite increased appropriations from the state.
The committee on academic affairs and student life reported that the 8,900 students coming to University Park in the fall will make the Class of 2020 Penn State's largest ever. Oh, and there's no turning back from LionPATH now.
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