Summer classes face recent wave of cancellations, impact on students remains small

Students work on their computers in Homer Babbidge Library. Summer course cancellations have begun, based on under enrollment and unavailabilities of professors, but the cancellations often affect a small amount of students, said the Office of Summer and Winter Programs. (Jason Jiang/Daily Campus)

Some students who have signed up for summer classes may notice the class they enrolled in has been removed, but any cancellation is not definite and will have a small overall affect on the majority of students enrolled in summer classes, according to the director of summer and winter programs.

“Any class cancelled in the spring is most likely cancelled because there was a significant change such as an instructor suddenly becomes unavailable,” Director of the Office of Summer and Winter Programs Susanna Cowan said.