Feb 3, 2010 2:38 PM by Ariel Wesler
While Cuesta College is cancelling a majority of its summer classes, Hancock College says it will continue offering a full selection of summer courses.
Last summer, Hancock cut its summer enrollment by 34 percent due to a lack of funding. This year, the college has been able to make up some of that loss by raising enrollment 26 percent, but it's still short of 2008 enrollment numbers. The college is already 300 students over the state funding cap for its summer semester. The college says it's had to keep fall and spring semester enrollment steady in order to offer summer classes.
The college says summer classes are open to anyone and they are not making any specific changes to accommodate Cuesta College students.
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