Heald students Melissa Valentine, 35, left, and Aja Furgason, 24, background right, hold signs  near Heald College's campus in Roseville while demanding answers from administrators as they express their unhappiness with the college's abrupt closing.
Heald students Melissa Valentine, 35, left, and Aja Furgason, 24, background right, hold signs near Heald College's campus in Roseville while demanding answers from administrators as they express their unhappiness with the college's abrupt closing. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Heald students Melissa Valentine, 35, left, and Aja Furgason, 24, background right, hold signs near Heald College's campus in Roseville while demanding answers from administrators as they express their unhappiness with the college's abrupt closing. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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May 10, 2015 11:00 AM

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