Rasmussen College adding two new campuses

Minnetonka-based Rasmussen College is opening new locations in Topeka and Overland Park, Kansas. Both campuses are scheduled to begin classes in spring 2013, according to a company news release.
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Minnetonka-based Rasmussen College is opening new locations in Topeka and Overland Park, Kansas. Both campuses are scheduled to begin classes in spring 2013, according to a company news release.

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The Business Journal notes the private, for-profit school currently has more than 14,000 students enrolled at its 22 campuses nationwide.

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