CMU Diploma Typo To Be Reprinted

Colorado Mesa University is offering to reprint over nine-thousand diplomas due to a misspelling. The Grand Junction college says the word board in board of trustees was misspelled on diplomas for at least six years. The word was printed with a “c” at the beginning, rather than a “b.” It could cost the university more than 60-thousand-dollars to reprint all the diplomas.

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