Morrison University, a century-old business college based in Nevada, abruptly shut down, leaving more than 400 students uncertain as to their academic futures.
According to Reno's University-Herald newspaper, students learned of their closure of their school through Facebook and other means because the school did not immediately provide any formal notification. The school's owner, Florida-based Anthem Education, had been attempting to sell the school while embroiled in bankruptcy proceedings. 
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