Education

February 23, 2015 11:16 PM

Placer official says multiple colleges could make county a higher-education hub

The regional demand for higher education is so great that a plan by a British university to build a 6,000-student campus west of Roseville is still viable even if Sacramento State makes good on its efforts to build its own Placer County satellite campus, project backers say.

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