West Chester University in West Chester, Pa., is planning to build six new residence halls to replace the school's aging student housing. The $300 million project will add 160 beds and be completed by August 2012. The seven-story buildings will feature a number of must-haves for today's college student: air conditioning, private bathrooms, carpeted bedrooms and lounges with plasma televisions on each floor. Five existing residences will be demolished and replaced by five new buildings. The 13,000-student school has living space, most of it nearly 40 years old, for 4,323 students.