Chancellor University (Ohio) is closing, ending a 165-year higher education legacy

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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Chancellor University, Northeast Ohio’s oldest college, has closed, school officials announced today without citing a reason.

The school will transfer all students to Alliant International University, a California-based, private, not-for-profit graduate and undergraduate institution on Aug. 25, when the summer session ends, the university said in a news release today.

“Everyone at Chancellor is committed to making sure our students make a smooth transition to Alliant,” said Chancellor President Bob Daugherty in the release. “We are working to ensure each student’s individual needs are met and that all credits transfer in a seamless transition.”

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