In Spring 2012, campus officials announced summer school for this year would be cancelled.
That decision has now changed.
The move to eliminate the summer session was reversed thanks to Prop. 30 funding. The proposition, passed last November during the General Election, saved Delta from having to make more cuts in classes and staff.
Prop. 30 stops the state of California from cutting more classes in schools.
It also gives more money to education.
This proposition raises taxes on those who make 250,000 dollars a year and raises sales tax by ¼ cents for seven years.
“The decision to cut summer school, is so that the students have more options during the fall and spring,” said Catherine Mooney, Director of Admissions and Records.
Mooney also mentioned since Prop. 30 passed and the campus is receiving more funding money, Delta is committed to have summer school.