Glendale Community College will offer 100 fewer classes next fall due to a $1.3-million cut in its 1991-92 budget, a college official said Tuesday.
Class reductions were forced on the college because of state education budget cuts and will be made in every department, said Art Rasmuson, executive vice president of instructional services. The cuts will save the college more than $400,000, he said.
With 50 classes being cut in both the fall and spring semesters, Rasmuson said, only a few courses will be eliminated entirely. These include the college's technical graphics program, which had offered 14 courses, including drafting and graphic design.
College spokeswoman Merry Shelburne said the graphics program was cut because of lackluster enrollment. Rasmuson said the classes may be offered again, but not during the 1991-92 academic year.