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ASU plans to open Lake Havasu campus by fall, 2012

Arizona State University President Michael Crow says the Lake Havasu City ASU campus will be open by the fall of 2012.

Crow visited western Arizona Wednesday during his first public appearance since top ASU officials started talking about opening an undergraduate campus there.

The final agreement hasn’t been signed, but Crow says the university will move quickly once renovations are completed on a former middle school.

The Today’s News-Herald reports ASU officials expect initial enrollment of 175 students for the incoming freshman class to be split down the middle between in-state and out-of-state students.

ASU officials said the campus enrollment will be open to adult learners seeking further collegiate education or a first-time bachelor’s degree.

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