Saint Paul's College is suspending most of its operations for the Fall semester.
The school has been lacking in money, and that caused the school to lose its accreditation two years ago.
According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges declined to renew accreditation back in June.
In a press release on it's website, the college's president reaffirmed that the school's commitment to students is Saint Paul's number one priority.
The college remains accredited during the appeal process, but won't offer any of its traditional classes.
Also cut is a program that provides housing for at-risk mothers and their children. What will be available is an accelerated degree program offered in four locations including Richmond.
The college's appeal is scheduled to be heard next Monday. Saint Paul's is exploring other options if it doesn't win the appeal.
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