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(KSL News) -- Utah Valley State College school officials say with attendance growing, they have almost outgrown the current school location.
If enrollment grows to the 40-thousand students it is predicted to reach, it will need more space to accommodate the students and traffic.
The Board of Trustees approved a revised master plan for the school. It is an architectural vision for how the Orem campus will look in 15 to 20 years.
The plan includes new roads, buildings and gathering places for students, expanding the campus to the north and west of I-15.