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Enrollment shortfall, poor planning, sparked Sofia crisis, new president says

Ellsworth vows to work to preserve accreditation, stabilize budget

Enrollment shortfalls combined with a lack of planning led to the current financial crisis at Sofia University, the school's new president said last week.

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