Canceled classes were supposed to have started on June 22 and July 29.
/*Cal Poly Pomona*/ President J. Michael Ortiz, in an e-mail Sunday, told students that the governor's proposed cut to the university of $20 million to $35 million had left him with "no choice" but to shut down the early and late summer sessions.
The university will instead offer "pay-as-you-go classes" through the College of the Extended University to support graduation requirements. The university says those courses meet degree requirements for /*California State Polytechnic University*/, Pomona.
The Associated Press and City News Service contributed to this report.