Capella University will lay off 65 workers

The online school is letting go of about 4 percent of its non-faculty workforce. The company says in a news release that a move away from third-party marketing has left it with excess capacity. The Business Journal reports the company has seen enrollment decline recently.
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The online school is letting go of about 4 percent of its non-faculty workforce. The company says in a news release that a move away from third-party marketing has left it with excess capacity. The Business Journal reports the company has seen enrollment decline recently.

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