The Urban College of Boston will be welcoming students for the fall semester, school officials announced Monday, assuaging fears for now that the two-year school that serves low-income and immigrant women would close amid financial difficulties. School officials announced Monday that the institution, located on Tremont Street, has received enough donations and pledges from several individuals and foundations to cover its $250,000 budget shortfall. The college, which has an enrollment of 600, said the donors wish to remain anonymous.
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