The Orange Coast college students who were among the students arrested in an alleged riot last month over the removal of a mural at its campus have been ordered to attend a different college for the next four years.
The order came in a letter from the Department of Education to the Orange Coast Community College on Tuesday night, which is currently in the process of going through the formalities of its annual budget.
The letter was received by students who attended the college on Friday and sent to them this afternoon.
The students have until February 27 to agree to attend the new college, or leave the college and attend another college for a maximum of six months.
“The college is going through a process of revising its budget and is looking for a way to move forward with its mission, and this is what we are doing as a university,” a spokesperson for the College of Fine Arts told The Irish Times.
“This means the college will no longer be a member of the university, which means we will no more be able to accept students from overseas who are not qualified to attend at the Orange County College.”
As a result, the students will have to leave the Orange College and continue attending the college at another college, where they can be accepted at their discretion.
“The students who arrived at the college this morning are still eligible to apply to be students at the new school.
The College of Arts and Design was founded in 1882 and is now the largest college in Orange County.
It was founded as a private, non-sectarian institution in 1868, but its mission has changed considerably over the years.
Its students are among the largest in the country, with nearly 6,000 enrolled.