About 85 students will move to a former U.S. Army Reserve building in Milltown DSU obtained in 2011. The university estimates the new location will help boost revenue by about $7 million over 10 years.
The board of trustees has also approved a plan to hold tuition at current levels at its meeting Monday. The tuition freeze is tied to a plan to boost enrollment at the Dover main campus by 3 percent.
Board Vice Chairman David Turner says the finance committee discussed focusing on student retention and staying efficient.
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