PHOENIX - Students of two Valley colleges that shut down are finally starting to get information about when and where they might be able to finish their degrees.
Students at Anthem College and Bryman School in Phoenix have been scrambling to find a place to go after the schools closed last week.
According to the Arizona Board of Post Secondary Education emergency approval has been granted to two other Valley colleges to accept the majority of the students who have been out of school since last week. You can find out about that here .
Programs still awaiting approval are dental assisting, X-ray and vet technicians.
Those program approvals are in the final stages.
There's a hotline and an email set up for questions about credits and student records 1-800-987-0110 and teachout@anthem .
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