Lafayette representatives presented plans for new mixed-used residence halls that include public spaces to the Easton Planning Commission on Wednesday, Feb. 1.

The College is projecting enrollment growth of about 400 students over the next eight years. This will help accommodate additional qualified students who currently are denied admission because the College lacks sufficient financial aid.

In addition to the housing plans, College administrators made recommendations on steps to alleviate parking congestion on College Hill.

The College also will hold an open meeting for the campus community to discuss the plans on Feb. 2.

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