PHOENIX -- The Arizona Board of Regents approved two construction projects at Northern Arizona University.
The campus got the go-ahead for plans to build an aquatics and tennis center. University officials cited safety issues with the current aquatics center as a reason for the upgrade. The project will cost about $48 million.
The other project will house academic services and offices. Expected cost is less than $30 million.
The regents met last week and requested $125 million from the state budget for the campus.
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