Knoxville College Will Suspend Classes in Fall

April 14, 2015

Knoxville College, a struggling historically black institution, will suspend classes in the fall, The Knoxville News Sentinel reported. As a result, a panel of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission has recommended that the commission suspend the college's authorization to operate. Knoxville has struggled to revive itself since losing most students after its accreditation was revoked in 1997. Currently, the college has 11 students.


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