DENVER (KDVR) — More than 40 migrants have been staying at a Denver-based, college-run shelter.

A spokesperson for Regis University said at one point, 44 migrants from Venezuela were being housed. As of Friday night, that number was down to 31.

The location of the shelter is not being publicly disclosed.

“Just grateful for all the support of the Regis Community and all the neighbors and friends and family who came here,” said Ludy Yevara, Director of Project Management and Administration Marketing and Communications for Regis University.

“The amount of donations, the amount of help is really, I mean, infinite. It’s been such a great experience and learning experience, as well, because, we’re learning in this process. A process that continually changes and we want to do it better and better every day.”

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The university will re-evaluate the shelter’s status next Monday.