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ACC Closing

After 19 years in Wichita Falls, The American Commercial College is closing its doors.

On Wednesday morning staff and students were notified it would be their last day on campus. 

ACC President, Doyle Sheets pleaded guilty to theft of nearly $1-million.  His wife tried to keep things going for the school, but it didn’t work.

The Texas Workforce Commission is closing the other two campuses in Odessa and San Angelo.

One student felt everyone should have been notified about it in advance.

The Texas Workforce Commission plans to meet with students and staff about the closure.
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