RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — The board of trustees for the College of St. Joseph in Vermont says it may close the school because it doesn’t have enough enrollment or revenue looking ahead to next year.
The Rutland college board says it is working to save the school. The board will hear input from both students and staff members over the next two weeks before the trustees make a final decision.
College President Larry Jensen invited the entire college community to meetings on April 30 and May 7, where trustees will decide on a path forward.
Officials say they will work to help every student transfer credits if the school closes.
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