The College System of Georgia is axing 215 inactive educational applications throughout 18 establishments, citing a continued lack of enrollment, The Athens Banner-Herald reported.
The applications—a mixture of levels, certificates and majors—are being discontinued as a result of none have enrolled a scholar in two years and are due to this fact inactive. Of the 18 establishments within the system, some noticed extra applications discontinued than others, with the best variety of cuts on the College of Georgia, with 43, adopted by 32 at Georgia Southern College and 26 at Augusta College. In contrast, some schools solely noticed program cuts within the single digits.
A system official described the discontinuation of initiative applications as a “clean-up.” The College System of Georgia’s Board of Regents accredited the program terminations final week.
Numerous specialties in trainer training undergraduate applications are extremely represented within the 215 cuts. Certificates applications, throughout disciplines, additionally make up most of the applications reduce.