Monday, Feb. 5, 2001 | 11:13 a.m.
The Computer Learning Centers school in Henderson is closed again.
The school closed Jan. 22 because of the financial problems of its Virginia-based parent company and then re-opened on Jan. 29 under a teach-out agreement with Stevens-Henager College of Ogden, Utah.
But students arriving for class today learned the school had again been closed. Stevens-Henager officials could not be reached for comment.
The Nevada Commission on Postsecondary Education said this second closure was caused by the bankruptcy of Computer Learning Centers Inc., and a bankruptcy motion that "effectively precludes Stevens-Henager College from continuing the teach out."
The state agency said it's trying to arrange another teach-out deal for the school's 212 students.
"Failing that, students will be notified with information pertaining to available refunds. Students should be aware that the anticipated total amount of refunds significantly exceeds the amount available for refunds," the agency said.