Broadcasting School to complete unfinished classes

March 19, 2009 7:53:19 PM PDT
Attorney General Richard Blumenthal says the Connecticut School of Broadcasting has agreed to resume classes for 400 students across the country so they can finish their coursework. The private, 44-year-old school abruptly shut down earlier this month and filed for bankruptcy relief. It subsequently suspended classes at all 25 campuses in 16 states, including the two original Connecticut campuses in Farmington and Stratford.

CSB hopes to resume suspended classes as early as March 23 so students can finish their work and receive their degrees. Students should visit the school's web site at to learn when classes will begin again.

Blumenthal says students who registered and paid a deposit for classes that were not held will receive refunds.

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