WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota’s Board of Higher Education might ask lawmakers for $5 million for colleges in a state’s western oil country.
The house is assembly in Williston Thursday.
Board President Grant Shaft says a income would residence housing shortages, expertise turnover, campus confidence and other issues caused by a region’s oil boom.
It would be targeted during Williston State College, Bismarck State College, Minot State University and Dickinson State University.
The house is going over a bill ask to a 2013 Legislature during a Williston meeting, and a $5 million in oil impact income could be partial of it.
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