A religious science institute is expanding in Iowa and is the most costly in the nation according to the annual report of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.
The annual report says the Iowa Religious Science Association is expanding its campus at the University of Iowa in Ames, which has about 600 students.
The association says it is spending $100 million to improve its campus, which includes a new campus library and an expanded parking lot.
The report also says the association is planning to open a new research building in Iowa City, which will house its Center for Religion in the Public Sphere.
The Iowa Association of Religious Science has a total of more than $100,000 in funding for research, said Bill D. Richey, the association’s president.
Richey said the association has about 800 students in its state chapter and plans to open another branch in the state this fall.
The association’s budget is more than double the average of $20,000 for the country’s public universities.
The report says that’s because of a number of reasons including a large number of Iowa’s public and private schools.
The American Association for State Colleges, or AASCC, is an umbrella group for more than 3,400 state colleges and universities.
It reports its annual financial report on Tuesday.
The state’s public colleges and the private colleges that are part of it receive about $4 billion a year in federal funding.
AAScc reports about $1.5 billion in revenue in federal aid to each of the state’s schools.