College Students Will Stay at Water Park Due to University Crowding

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Some students at Capital University will be staying at the Fort Rapids Indoor Water Park and Resort. About 30 students will temporarily stay at the hotel, due to this year’s heavy enrollment and high demand for living on campus.

Let's face it - if it weren't for the parties, most college dorms would be kind of plain and boring.

A college dorm in Ohio will soon get a lot cooler in both the literal and figurative sense. Some students at Capital University will be staying at the Fort Rapids Indoor Water Park and Resort.

The business is not only a hotel and conference center; but also a fun-filled indoor water park. About 30 students will temporarily stay at the hotel, due to this year’s heavy enrollment and high demand for living on campus.

According to a university spokesperson, a member of the residential and commuter staff will also stay at the establishment while the students are there, to make the experience similar to living on school property.

The students will only be permitted to stay at the water resort until more dorms open up on campus. Typically, around 50 or so beds become available within the first two weeks after classes start.

The students will find out next week whether or not they are the ones assigned to stay at the indoor water park.

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