Cleary University is considering selling its Ann Arbor satellite campus and moving to a smaller space because of a lack of demand for in-person classes.
The Livingston County Daily Press & Argus of Howell and The Ann Arbor News report the private school owns a 20,000-square-foot building used for classes in Ann Arbor.
The number of students taking classes in person at the Ann Arbor campus has dwindled in recent years as students chose classes via virtual classrooms.
Cleary President Thomas Sullivan says the move away from in-person classes is a matter of convenience for students.
About 20 people work at the Ann Arbor campus. Cleary's main campus is in Livingston County's Genoa Township, roughly 25 miles from Ann Arbor.