Online School Ready To Shut Down

Cheyenne, Wy – An online university based in Cheyenne
says it has suspended admissions of new students into its degree programs.
A statement on the Web site of Warren National University also
says the school is not reactivating former students. The statement
says this is a time of economic uncertainty, and so the university
is focusing its resources on meeting its "current commitments."
Warren National did not return phone messages seeking more
information Monday.
Warren National was known as Kennedy-Western University until it
changed its name a couple years ago in honor of Wyoming's first
governor, Francis E. Warren.
The university has been seeking federally recognized
accreditation.