She was admitted to Sweet Briar, but found it was closing forever. Now, she is planning to attend this fall.

The Washington Post reports.

A college-admissions disaster. And now, hopes for a happy ending

Amelia Currin sailed through the winter of her senior year of high school in North Carolina, admitted early decision to her dream school, Sweet Briar College. She wore her pink-and-green T-shirts, talked about the school non-stop, plastered a Vixen mascot sticker onto her SUV. The private women’s college had the academics and the equestrian program she wanted, the setting in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains was gorgeous, and upperclassmen had befriended her the moment she walked onto campus for an unofficial visit.

Everything about it, she thought, was perfect.

Then in early March, flipping through social media on her phone just days after leaving campus for a scholarship competition, she stared at news in disbelief.

The president of the 114-year-old school abruptly announced it would shut down, forever, at the end of the summer.