Minnesota Looks to Close 2 For-Profit Institutions

September 12, 2016

The Minnesota Office of Higher Education revoked authorization to operate from the for-profit Globe University and the Minnesota School of Business last week, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

A judge ruled that the for-profit schools committed marketing and recruiting fraud for their criminal justice programs.

The state agency will now attempt to offer teach-out plans and options for the approximately 1,700 students enrolled on the campuses.

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