Section 1. LOW ENROLLMENT COURSES
- University policy requires that all continuing education courses have a sufficiently large enrollment to guarantee that costs do not exceed income. A minimum enrollment number is established for each course dependent on the salary to be paid and the tuition to be charged.
- If enrollment falls below the minimum, the instructor’s salary will be reduced by a proportionate amount. The instructor of a class with an enrollment below the minimum will have the option of canceling the class or accepting reduced salary. The instructor is expected to notify the continuing education unit offering the course the day after the initial class meeting in order to reach a mutually agreeable decision. (revised, February 28, 2005)