Glendale Community College will hold its 1993 summer school session but students will pay more for their classes and teachers will earn less, officials said.
School officials had considered canceling summer school to save an estimated $750,000 out of the college's $32.8-million operating budget.
In an effort to rescue the summer session, the faculty agreed to vote on a proposal that would require teachers to take a 20% pay cut while students subsidize the cost of teaching their classes. Faculty voted 95 to 50 in favor of the proposal.
Steve White, head of the faculty union, presented results of the vote at a special Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday.
"Summer school will be operated on a student fee basis," campus spokeswoman Mary Shelburne said. "We will not be getting any money from the state but we will still save $750,000."