The five-story residence hall, expected to house 500 freshmen, is one of three new buildings expected to open in fall 2020.
Right now, “We have one indoor basketball court on campus,” a campus official said.
The addition will nearly double the size of 50,000-square-foot DeSmet Hall.
The former student says he got ripped off when he began doing business with a Success Classes “Gold Coach.”
The Colorado School of Mines will occupy a small office in a new development, paying $40 per square foot annually.
Twelve alums of a program in landscape architecture claim the school never applied for accreditation – which they say they needed to get jobs.
The 120,000-square-foot building at 18th and Illinois streets is part of a long-term plan to increase housing on campus.
After a tough 2016 for for-profit colleges, the parent company of Denver-based Aspen University shows no signs of slowing.
Alpine Investments Denver bought the former private-school property for nearly $4 million, with plans to spend $500,000 on renovations.
The gift includes both seed and long-term funding for the institute, which will combine artistic and technology education.