The fire at Western Kentucky University's Cherry Hall will cost more 1.3 million dollars to repair.
WKU President, Gary Ransdell, says the University has about half the money it needs from its insurance.
The University is deciding how it will come up with the rest.
Ransdell says damages to the interactive classroom and offices should be repaired by August.
Four teenagers are being charged with setting the fire.
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