"As we advance our legal strategy and develop alternatives to the closure of Sweet Briar College, it is critical that current students give our efforts time to bear fruit before they commit to attending other institutions," said a statement from the group, according to Inside HIgher Ed.
A school spokeswoman countered that delays in transfer were ill-advised. "It is important for students and parents not to delay developing their transfer plans for the fall semester," the spokeswoman said via e-mail to the publication. "Students who delay the timely selection of a new academic home limit their collegiate options and their potential access to financial aid from other institutions. It is important to remember that our accreditation ends as of August 25, further supporting our students' need to find a new institution now."
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