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40,000 students, EQ boost of 500 and extra 15% for group ages 0-50. Extended radius $1,000 a month and 12,000 plop cost.




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40 000 is alot for a University. it may just be me tho. i go to uconn and thats a big school. we got only 12 000 or so. i think cut it in half and its more realistic. hehe then again i can not get a city past 30k ppl hehe. great design tho. very nice ^_^

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In Mexico city where i live the national university hosts 250,000 students so it's not far fetched at all, of course it's a lot bigger.

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Guest Homer90

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40.000 students is not unrealistic. The university which I visit has 20.000 students and is thereby rather in the centre zone which the number of the students concerns. By the way I like this Lot ;)

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Guest MasterMorten

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Here in Copenhagen, Denmark(1,5 mil people) we have a university hosts almost 40,000 students. So it

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Guest txm262

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Penn State - 40,000 students, so this is right on target for me!

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I never thought someone has lived in Mexico City, I live at the outskirts of it and we have about 15 universities in my town, so I'd expect about 70 in the capital.

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Guest just2584

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I go to WVU and we have gotten a larger student population since I started. We now have well over 35,000 students so its just the right size as most colleges in the US continue growing

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Well done! I'm tired of constatnly building multiple items (ie. a small stadium, a hospital, and a opera house) as a part of a major public institution. Perhaps adding an opera house-style buidling (for a performing arts center) would be appropriate?

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I go to the University of New South Wales in Sydney, we have ~50,000 students. The university would cover most of a small map though.

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isnt penn state 50000 now btw WE ARE PENN STATE LOL! Excellent work there 9/10 since the sporting complex take up more room then classrooms an there arent enough enough classrooms good work.

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another great work of art from the master designer...one thing i ask u to make though baco is a commercial plaza with a $$$ commercial booster for office and retail bildings so the radius of the plaza makes the area grow big ! thx

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Guest radio_flyer2002

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University of Minnesota here. On any given day, between students, staff, faculty, grad students, visitors, and other workers, there are 80,000 people here. Woof.

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