Another for-profit higher education institution is shutting its doors. Brightwood College will close all of its campuses in the U.S., including Indiana locations.
Brightwood has not released a full statement on the closures. The college’s social media pages have been deleted and its website only says it is no longer accepting new student enrollments.
Brightwood has locations in Indianapolis and Hammond, according to its website. In Indy, the closure will affect 450 students and 95 employees, 45 of whom are full-time.
The college is the latest for-profit institution to close in Indiana. In 2016, Carmel-based ITT Education Services Inc. announced it was shutting down and in September, Indianapolis-based Harrison College detailed its closure.