The Boone County College of Arts and Sciences (BCAS) announced Monday that it is offering an undergraduate degree in real estate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), a move that is a step toward reuniting the city of Charlotte with its original home.
Boehner, a former governor of North Dakota, said he will also accept an associate’s degree in business management from the school.
The two will live together in the UNC townhouse on the North Carolina campus.
Boone County College is in the midst of a real estate boom, and it’s in the process of creating a new campus for the college, which is the third-largest in North Carolina.
The school has a population of about 7,000 students, and the school expects to have its first freshmen students enroll in 2019.
Boones senior Brandon Moulton, the school’s vice president for external relations, said the college’s offer is based on its campus being on the same campus as UNC, the university that he helped establish when he was a freshman in 1994.
“The goal was to put students first and create a campus that has the highest standards for student-athletes, staff and faculty,” Moulson said.
“We’re excited to have them join our team and become part of the great campus culture that UNC has to offer.”
The school will also work with UNC on the campus of its alma mater, Duke University.
The university is home to the university’s athletic programs.
Bielema said he is excited to be able to work with the university and the community to make sure the school is well-positioned to succeed.
The new campus is expected to be completed in 2019, and will be named for the former president of the school, Bo Johnson.
The college is not the only school to offer an undergraduate program at the school in recent years.
In 2013, Duke and North Carolina State University offered an undergraduate MBA program.
The college is also in the middle of developing a second program at a new college in nearby Lexington, Kentucky.
The new program will include the same degree programs as the one at UNC.
Boesch said he had no idea what he was signing up for when he joined the school but that he thought the offer was worth it because he has a great experience at UNC and wants to continue to help the college grow.
“I just felt like I was going to be a part of something great,” Boesch told ESPN.
“This was a real opportunity that I’ve been waiting for.”
The college also has a student-elected board of trustees.
The board of the university is comprised of the president and chancellor, four academic chairs, and a board of regents.
Besch said the board is comprised largely of students and staff and is looking forward to working with the board of students, who will be able have an even greater voice in the college.
“That’s something I want to do, too,” he said.
“I really wanted to help make sure that we have a student government, a student representative board, and I think I have that now.”
Boescher and his wife, Heather, have been looking forward for about a year to returning to their hometown and are very excited about the move.
“It’s really been a wonderful journey, I think,” Betsch said.