Considerations for Not Canceling Low Enrollment Courses (15 students or less)

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Considerations for Not Canceling Low Enrollment Courses (15 students or less)

  • Considerations for not cancelling courses with enrollment 15 students or less are as follows:
  • Alternative funding source (concurrent)
  • Combined offering
  • Start-up initiative (new program)
  • Core program requirement (required for degree)
  • Fill full-time faculty load
  • Late-Start offering - numbers likely to increase
  • Part of an outreach effort (cancel if less than an average of 12)
  • Course aligns with scheduling priorities
  • Specialty or advanced course taught in alternate years
  • Adequate number for a meaningful experience
  • Part of a commitment to cohort  

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