Knoxville College has been cleared by the state to start enrolling some students again.
Tennessee’s Higher Education Commission granted the re-activation of Knoxville College during its meeting on Thursday in Nashville.
Chairman of the Board Michael Bowie says Knoxville College will begin accepting students for the fall semester starting in August. Through online courses, students will be working towards an Associate of Arts degree with four concentrations: mathematics, natural science, social science, and humanities.
Applications will be online within the next week.