Thursday, April 23, 2015

Knoxville College suspends fall classes - WBIR

Troubled Knoxville College is suspending classes for the fall semester. The 1875-era historically black college has only 11 students currently enrolled, according to the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. THEC confirmed Monday that Knoxville College wanted to re-organize and restructure. It decided the best way to do that is to refrain from offering classes in the fall. The school won't offer instruction or enroll or recruit students. Enrollment has steadily declined through the decades at the Mechanicsville school. It is struggling to pay routine bills as well as debts, including an outstanding loan.

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