In an interview Christopher L. Picard, provost of academic affairs at Salt Lake CC, said:
[W]e were at 20 students per classroom, which if you know how it works at community colleges, is a pretty high ratio of students to instructor.
In my developmental writing class at CC6 (or FinalCC) I have 25 students. The lit courses have 30. The history courses have 35.
At CC1, where I was an adjunct for 8 years, composition courses are capped at 25 students. Other courses are capped at 35.