Tuesday was the last day for students at Duluth Business University.
It was announced last July that the university would be closing its doors for good.
The U.S. Department of Education stopped recognizing the organization that accredited DBU and 265 other colleges.
When that decision was made, DBU had 18 months left with the old accreditation, so anyone who graduated before this summer will have a degree from an accredited university.
After the announcement, students were told that many of them would be able to finish their degrees, but other students who aren't able to are left with few options for completion.