As enrollment falls and colleges close, a surprising number of new ones are opening

From The Washington Post: “The Roux institute, which opened last year in borrowed space in Portland’s East End, is offering master’s degrees, certificates and professional training in computer science, data analytics, artificial intelligence, biotechnology, cybersecurity and other subjects. … the Roux is among a small but largely unnoticed number of new colleges that are opening. … Also in Maine, Unity College plans to launch the Technical Institute for Environmental Professions in the spring at a new campus that will award certificates and associate degrees to people who want to work in fields such as solar power. … Bristol Community College in Massachusetts is converting a former seafood packaging plant into an offshore wind institute scheduled to open next spring.”

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