Students flocking back to Iowa's largest university

AMES, Iowa -- The state's largest university is in the midst of welcoming thousands of students to residence halls across campus.

Iowa State University Residence Department director Peter Englin says they're at housing 10,700 students.

"Somewhere along the population of an Oskaloosa or Spencer, Iowa moves in and move out each year."

Englin says students who live on-campus tend to have better grades and higher graduation rates.

The annual campus move-in wraps up Sunday. Classes at ISU start Monday.


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