August 27, 2010
Fort Wayne, IN -- Indiana Tech celebrated the opening of its sixth residence facility with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting at Warrior Row on Friday, August 27. This is the third consecutive year in which the university has built additional campus housing.
The Warrior Row townhouses accommodate 33 students, bringing the total campus housing capacity to 470. “We’ve seen enrollment in our traditional program increase about 60% in the past five years,” Dr. Arthur E. Snyder, Indiana Tech president, explained. “That growth combined with the development of more campus activities and more campus employment opportunities has led to more students wanting to live on campus.”
Warrior Row consists of seven three-story townhouse-style units. Five of the townhouses have single-person bedrooms, while two of them have a combination of single bedrooms and double bedrooms. Each townhouse also features:
Warrior Row is intended for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Residents are selected based on grade point average, extra-curricular activities, and class status. Students interested in living in Warrior Row must apply as a group.
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