Lexington College

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Lexington College was a women's college with a Catholic inspiration located in Chicago, Illinois. The curriculum was focused entirely on hospitality management studies.

All students graduating from Lexington received either the Bachelor of Applied Science or the Associate of Applied Science. Students could major in Hospitality Management with a concentration in culinary arts, hotel/restaurant management, event planning, or health care and wellness. Students had to complete one (A.A.S.) or two (B.A.S.) internships while attending Lexington in order to receive their degrees. The college was accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.[1]

In May 2014, the President of Lexington College posted a message on the college website announcing the closure of the College at the end of the academic year.

After Lexington College’s Articles of Incorporation were dissolved, all of the transcripts of its students were transferred to the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IHBE).``


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