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University of Arizona is Acquiring Ashford University

The University of Arizona is moving online in a big way with a deal that could shake up the online education market and could signal more changes to come.

The public land-grant university announced Monday that it will acquire Ashford University — a fully online university that enrolls roughly 35,000 students.

As part of what it called a “transformational” definitive agreement, the University of Arizona will create a new nonprofit entity called the University of Arizona Global Campus that will buy Ashford University for $1.

Read the source article at Inside Higher Ed

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