The school is having an enrollment problem so they’re going to take a semester off to address the issue.

Peter Jacobs of Business Insider reports.

A college with 11 students just canceled all of its classes for next semester

A struggling historically black college has suspended all of its classes for the upcoming semester, the Knoxville News Sentinel reports.

Knoxville College — founded in 1875 in Knoxville, Tennessee — plans to use the fall 2015 semester to reorganize, after the Tennessee Higher Education Commission recommended suspending the school’s authorization to operate, according to the Associated Press. The school has struggled for years and lost its accreditation in 1997, which has led to plummeting enrollment.

As of this semester, Knoxville’s enrollment was reportedly only 11 students, a major decline for a college that once educated between 600 and 700 students.

Knoxville has an accreditation application pending with the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, according to a local ABC News station.