Highlands University has taken another step toward making an upscale residence hall a reality on the Las Vegas campus.
The Highlands University Board of Regents last week approved a bond purchase agreement with the New Mexico Finance Authority that will be used to build the dorms.
“What the board did is approve the agreement between Highlands and the NMFA to actually generate the construction revenue that’s going to be needed to build the new residence facilities,” board Chairman Javier Gonzales said.
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