George Washington College is canceling all of its scheduled events this season.
George Washington University President David Boren announced the decision Friday morning on Twitter.
We have been informed that the Board of Trustees of George Washington have decided to cancel all of the events this fall, including the upcoming season.
We will work to schedule the next date as soon as possible.
The College is also canceling events with schools affiliated with the University of California, Berkeley, and other universities that are part of the American Association of University Professors.
George Mason University, which is part of George Mason University-Washington, is also considering cancellation of events this year.
In addition, the College will not be participating in the 2017 All-American Futures Game in the Capital Region.
The announcement comes as the College faces criticism for not having enough financial support to continue hosting basketball games in the spring and summer.
The University has said it is seeking a new home for basketball games for the 2017-2018 season, but that the College is not financially ready to move into a new arena.
Boren and other College leaders have said that the college has not seen any increase in enrollment and that its finances were in good shape before the recent financial crisis.