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Louisville-Based Sullivan University Opening Learning Center in Graves County

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A Louisville-based, for-profit, private university is bringing a learning center to Graves County. The Sullivan University facility is slated to open in the Mayfield Plaza in early 2019.

Community Partnerships Vice President David Keene says the center will offer different classes based on community needs. He says the 7,000 square foot space will include two classrooms, a conference room, a break area and offices. He says the center is restricted on what it can teach and majority of classwork will be completed online.

Keene told WKMS: “But by having classes there we hope we can help them develop good study skills, get their programs started on a good foot.”

Keene says the center will provide the community with a place to study and use computers even if they’re not enrolled in Sullivan classes. He says the university is offering tuition discounts to people in the Purchase Area enrolling in Sullivan programs.

Sydni Anderson is an undergraduate student at Murray State University, majoring in Pre-Medicine and Public Relations. Born on Fort Campbell, Sydni has lived between Kentucky and Tennessee for most of her life.
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