Trustees at Wilson College in Chambersburg have postponed a decision on whether to convert the school to a fully coeducational institution.
The school said it postponed Saturday's vote because trustees need more time before making such a big decision on the college's future. They plan to reconvene Jan. 13.
The liberal arts school founded in 1869 has run operational budget deficits in three of the past four years.
The school now allows men to be students if they're children of staff or at least 22 years old. About 11 percent of students are undergraduate men.