BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WTHR) — Indiana University in Bloomington says the mold repairs in student dormitories should be done by today.
As previously reported, the university has installed more than 3,000 HEPA air purifiers in the dorms to help prevent more mold from forming.
These purifiers clean the air up to 12 times per hour.
The university is also offering free laundry services for students in Foster, McNutt and Teter halls.
On top of that, IU announced they're giving a $3,000 credit to students who had to find somewhere else to live.
The school is also sharing the mold testing results for each student to check their room. You can find those by clicking the link here.