Dubuque offers "plan of transformation" for troubled SJC

SITKA, ALASKA Officials from the University of Dubuque in Iowa have pledged to work on a “plan for transformation” with the trustees of the former Sheldon Jackson College.
A delegation from Dubuque concluded a four-day visit to Sitka on Wednesday (8-19-09). They said they could help re-establish Sheldon Jackson College, as long as the effort was “revenue neutral.”
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