We don't know where we'll end up in Charlotte County, but land is important. We're keeping our options open. Not all gifts come through.
The existing council and mayor has served the town well. We're not recommending change to the form of government at this time.
I think it's really going to elevate our name recognition all around the world. I think we'll continue to see these kinds of partnerships.
We were expecting 25 or 30 students. Certainly the demand is there, we knew that. So we're just going to make sure we have everything we can to build a facility that can match their degrees.
It's very good for the university. We want to represent the greater community.
We've had phenomenal success in the fundraising arena. This is probably one of the things the community has rallied around the most. There's such a strong demand.
The command center would be the central nerve system of what's going on in getting information in almost real time. There will be computer monitors, people monitoring what's going on on the interstate through fiber-optics.
A lot of it comes down to practicality. They're changing classes moving from building to building.
We're very excited about this opportunity to have our faculty and students engaged with their counterparts in China. We continue to have a growing number of our students who are interested in the international exchange.
The benefit is the cost savings.
We have to have the money in the bank by the end of December.