Marian Court College, a small Roman Catholic college outside of Boston, will shut down later this month, The Daily Item reported. Denise Hammon, the president, said that “as a highly tuition-dependent education institution, Marian Court can no longer maintain our operations given declining enrollment numbers.” She said that Salem State University has agreed to enroll Marian Court's students. Marian Court was founded as a two-year institution, but just last month awarded its first bachelor's degrees. The Education Department lists enrollment as 266.
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