Daymar College is suspending enrollment at its Owensboro and Madisonville campuses – saying it cannot continue in these locations.

The college says that for a number of reasons, Daymar will not be accepting new enrollments at these locations. However, the college plans to ensure current students are able to finish their degree program.

The process is expected to take up to 2 years to complete.

“We have been changing lives and furthering careers in Owensboro since 1995 and Madisonville since 2010,” says Daymar Chancellor Dr. Dan Peterson. “Our vision to begin classes in these locations was with our students in mind. We will remain open and continue this focus until our current students graduate or leave on their own. We are committed to both the academic and personal success of the students as long as they are enrolled in our programs.”

This decision will not impact onlines services, Bowling Green, Bellevue, Tennessee, or Columbus, Ohio locations.