The list of e-university failures include the higher education division of American publisher Harcourt which predicted its virtual university, set up in 2001, would enrol 20,000 students in 100 subjects by 2005. But, after spending US$10 million, the e-venture had enrolled only 24 students and the company shut it down. Then there was Computer Learning Centres which closed in early 2001, leaving 9,000 students in mid-course. Dow Jones University pulled the plug that year while in 2000 the Disney Institute was folded back into the parent company after losing US$1.1 billion. New York University Online, Scottish Knowledge, Fathom, Britain's E-University and Cardean University also collapsed, while Western Governors and Universitas 21 Global are well below projected levels.