UCF willing to make deal with state in order to get funding for downtown campus

University of Central Florida is willing to cut a deal with the state in order to get funding for a downtown campus.
The school is asking Tallahassee for the 20 million dollars to help start the project.
The Orlando Sentinel reports that in return, the university won't ask the state for any more money for another 3 years. 
The university originally asked for 60 million dollars in state funds, but Governor Rick Scott vetoed the project.
UCF is now seeking less money and says it will rely on private funds and donations to help finish the project.
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