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Old 07-04-2018, 08:53 AM
AGDee AGDee is offline
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It's being watched carefully and the University of Michigan (very much a public school) is doing the same thing.

The big problem is with filling a house. For a lot of chapters at Michigan, this will mean all juniors and seniors will be required to live in because sophomores can't if they aren't members until second semester of freshman year. Leases are signed for Fall by October for most students. They won't know if they are Greek yet so they will have to get alternative housing and sign leases. Most seniors don't want to live in and Juniors aren't usually thrilled about it.
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