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ASU moving ahead with Lake Havasu City campus

Arizona State University is moving ahead with plans to establish a Lake Havasu City campus that will offer a limited number of undergraduate degrees.

The project is contingent on a foundation raising money to renovate a facility.

Programs could begin as early as fall 2012. Such a campus would be part of the university’s network of lower-priced schools offering a handful of degrees.

Steve Greeley, president of the Havasu Foundation for Higher Education, says he’s confident the group can raise the $2 million for renovations.

A group of citizens and business leaders in Lake Havasu City has been trying to bring a four-year university to the city for years. Northern Arizona University operates an extended campus there.

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