Despite enrollment boost, Wayne County (Mich.) Community College may have to close a campus

Dec. 14, 2010
Financial shortfall may force system to shutter one of its five campuses

From The Detroit Free Press: The struggling economy has caused a spike in enrollment in many community colleges, including the Wayne County (Mich.) Community College District. But those same dire economic condition might force the Wayne County district to close one of its five campuses, Chancellor Curtis Ivery says.

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