WKTV in Utica, NY reports that the Utica School of Commerce is closing. The for-profit institution was founded in 1896 and recently had enrollment of roughly 150 students.
The institution was initially located on the third floor of the Oneida National Bank Building on the corner of Genesee and Bleecker Streets. There were several changes in location over the years as programs evolved. At present, there are two locations, one on Bleecker Street in Utica and another on Route 5 in Casatota, NY.
If you are interested in recent trends for closures, access College Closures since 2009 in the index at the right of any College History Garden page. There are separate tabs for non-profit and for-profit closures. Each tab includes basic information for each institution, i.e., Carnegie Classification, sector, accrediting agency, and the IPEDS unitid.