Thread regarding FORTIS Colleges and Institutes layoffs

Which campuses will close next? Here's a hint.

Foley, AL (149 students)

Phoenix, AZ (156 students)

Forty Fort, PA (159 students)

Cookeville, TN (175 students)

Dothan, AL (189 students)

Norfolk, VA (229 students)

Lawrenceville, NJ (234 students)

Houston, TX (251 students)

Cutler Bay, FL (283 students)

Scranton, PA (287 students)

Montgomery, AL (311 students)

Baton Rouge, LA (312 students)

Houston, TX (330 students)

Indianapolis, IN (334 students)

Cincinnati, OH (340 students)

Columbia, SC (348 students)

Port St. Lucie, FL (350 students)

Nashville, TN (353 students)

Mobile, AL (375 students)

Erie, PA (391 students)

Orange Park, FL (398 students)

Richmond, VA (404 students)

Towson, MD (412 students)

Cuyahoga Falls, OH (451 students)

Birmingham, AL (451 students)

Salt Lake City, UT (490 students)

Landover, MD (550 students)

Smyrna, GA (585 students)

Pensacola, FL (564 students)

Wayne, NJ (599 students)

Centerville, OH (690 students)

Columbus, OH (774 students)

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Grand Prairie, Texas is on the April School Closings list.

https://www2.ed.gov/offices/OSFAP/PEPS/docs/apr19sec1.pdf

Can anyone tell me if there are any alternative schools for students if the low enrollment campuses close in Foley (AL), Forty Fort (PA), or Dothan (AL)? It would appear that there would be many alternatives in Phoenix and Mercer County Community College for Lawrenceville. I would imagine there must also be alternatives in Norfolk.

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