Topeka The Kansas Board of Regents on Wednesday will consider nearly $80 million in sports-related improvements at Kansas University and Kansas State University.
All the projects will be privately funded.
KU wants to build a $17.5 million apartment building south of Allen Fieldhouse that will house 32 men's and women's basketball players and 34 students who are not athletes.
K-State Athletics wants to reconfigure the north end of Bill Snyder Football Stadium to provide new training facilities and football operations. The pricetag is $50 million.
K-State Athletics also is proposing $12 million in video and sound system upgrades in Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Bramlage Coliseum and Tointon Family Stadium.