The California State Board of Regents is holding an enrollment period for its schools, as it has for years.
But it will also be closed to the public until March 10, 2018, the day before the start of the school year.
The board is expected to announce its decision in a press release on Wednesday.
Last year, the board also closed its doors for open enrollment for a year, but reopened on April 5, 2019.
In 2019, the California Board of Education extended the deadline for open enrollments to March 10 for two more years.
That extension is also set to expire on March 30.
That means that the board has to make the difficult decision to reopen after a year and a half, when the enrollment numbers are at their peak.
If the board closes, it will be the first time that California has closed a school in a year.
But the board will still have to make a decision on whether to extend its open enrollment deadline for another two years.
The first open enrollment of the 2019 school year will be April 14, 2020.
The second open enrollment will take place on March 31, 2021.
As of June 30, 2019, there were 5,082 students enrolled in Costa and Irvine colleges.
But by that time, the number of students in the schools had dropped to about 2,700.
It will be up to the board to decide whether to reopen the schools or to extend the open enrollment.
According to The Costa Mesa Register, there are only three open enrollment periods each year.
On the first open-enrollment day, the Board of Registrars and Regents will decide whether the schools should open enrollment by asking students and parents to sign a waiver to attend the schools.
After the waiver is signed, the registrars will decide what students can and can’t attend, including the number and type of courses students can take.
After three open-engagement days, the boards will determine which classes the schools are able to offer.
On April 7, 2020, the Boards of Registrations and Regresses will decide on whether the school should open for enrollment by a large percentage of the student body.
The schools have the option to allow more than 50% of the students to attend.
The deadline for schools to open enrollment has been extended three times: The Board of Directors has extended the opening dates for the schools by one year for two years, and by one and a quarter years for three years.
On April 6, 2020 the board extended the open-entry deadline for Costa Mesa colleges by a year for one more year.
At the time, about 7,000 students were enrolled at the schools and about 40% of them were from Costa Mesa.
After the board’s open enrollment decision, the campuses will open for the first day of classes on May 1, 2021, with the first class for the summer of 2021.
By the end of the next school year, about 10,000 more students will be enrolled at those schools.
The first open enrollment period of the 2021-2022 school year is scheduled to end on March 12, 2021 and will be for classes at the following schools: Costa Mesa College, Irvine University, Costa Mesa Junior College, Santa Cruz College, San Luis Obispo College, Valencia College, Rancho La Brea College, and Pacific Lutheran College.