Arizona School Backs Off Deal For Free Massachusetts Campus

Ann McClure's picture
Wednesday, October 31, 2012

An Arizona college has backed out a deal for a free 217-acre campus in Massachusetts, citing tens of millions in unanticipated costs.

Grand Canyon University informed the Oklahoma-based owners of the Northfield campus last week, five weeks after they were named the recipient after an extensive search.

The for-profit Christian college had planned to eventually host 5,000 students at the former campus of the Northfield Mount Hermon School, founded by 19th century evangelist D.L. Moody.

Read more

UBTech Conference, June 15-17, Orlando, FL

Learn more & register