“Those hotels are not made to live in. They’re made to stay at for like a night when you have little stuff. Not when you’re trying to go to college,” freshman John Mora said.
Crews have been continuously working on the University Inn property. With this progress, the University has said they hope to have students back in the building by the start of the spring semester.
“We want students to walk in and feel good about being there,” Bob Keasler, Vice President for Administration and Finance, said.
Best Western General Manager Amy Guzman said they’re, “Really happy to have this partnership with the school.” She said it is “a positive impact both ways for the community.”
Some Shenandoah University students who were moved out of University Inn are not complaining about their new digs.
Student residents of University Inn were told by Shenandoah University officials Thursday that they need to move into other quarters because of moisture problems in the residence hall.
Bailey Rankin, ‘Doah Staff Writer January 23, 2013 A number of students returned from break to find they were missing something. At some point during the winter break, a break-in occurred in […]