Potential developers of housing geared toward students at Lewis and Clark Community College in Godfrey have been talking with the administration at the school as they consider building new housing units.  According to a recent study, students appear to have an interest in such housing, but due to state law it would have to be done completely independent of the college.  

That being said, College President Dr. Dale Chapman says...

Chapman comments

Chapman said in a previous interview that student housing is a key to continued growth of its nursing, dental hygiene and other trades programs as well as athletics that attract students from outside the River Bend.  There are parcels of land near the school that could hold such housing and the study indicated the need for approximately 68 to 110 beds within a half mile radius.  

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