New WVU housing complex ready for students, construction delays pushed back opening

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CHARLESTON, West Virginia — A new West Virginia University housing complex is ready for students following construction delays.

The delays forced about 600 students to find temporary housing before the beginning of classes in August.

The Charleston Daily Mail ( ) reports that the university has told students they can begin moving into University Place on Nov. 19. Students also can remain in temporary housing until the next semester begins in January.

The university has offered the students free moving assistance.

The $70 million apartment complex in Morgantown's Sunnyside neighborhood is a partnership between WVU and a private owner.

Information from: Charleston Daily Mail,

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