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Animal dorm by Kyler Laird — last modified 2009-09-22 19:56
"Stephens College, a small all-female liberal arts school in Columbia, Mo., kicked off 2004-05 with a newly designated eight-room "pet floor" in Pruny Hall"
Quadrupeds on the quad: cats, dogs go to college by Kyler Laird — last modified 2009-09-22 19:59
"A recent Ohio State University study credits pets with helping college students make it through stressful times."
Eckerd College pet policy by Kyler Laird — last modified 2009-09-22 20:04
"Eckerd College is unique in allowing resident students the privilege of having their family pets live with them on campus."
Pets take the bite out of dorm life by Kyler Laird — last modified 2009-09-22 20:08
"The pet owners really like it, of course, and those who don't have pets like the interaction," says Mike Robilotto of Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Fla., which has allowed pets in a few dorm rooms for decades and now has more than 40 pets in three residences. The pet housing is full now, he says, "and the students are trying to push for more."
Therapy dogs help lonely freshmen at Kent State by Kyler Laird — last modified 2009-09-22 20:10
"It's become a popular break," Adamle said. "They make friends over the dogs. It can be overwhelming to be a student at a large university." The dogs have shown their value in a crisis, too. Once they were summoned to a dorm after a student had died in a car accident. Adamle convened some dogs and handlers and they visited the floor where the student lived.
Lodge Dog Program at University of Alaska Southeast by Kyler Laird — last modified 2009-09-22 20:12
"The Lodge Dog Program allows one professional staff member to house a dog in their on-campus residence that is to frequent the Lodge and be accessible to students."
Cats and dogs reign in residence halls at Ithaca College by Kyler Laird — last modified 2009-09-22 20:16
“Having a dog benefits the students,” said Tyger’s owner, Kim Uyttenhove, the residence director for Boothroyd, Tallcott and Rowland halls. “People come by who are homesick and miss their dog … it’s a good way for me to meet the students.”
Four-legged resident happy to see students return to NIC Residence Hall by Kyler Laird — last modified 2009-09-22 20:19
"Harrison lives in the NIC Residence Hall where more than 200 students moved back in Aug. 23 in preparation for fall semester."

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