Classes were suspended at the University of Cape Town (UCT) campuses on Thursday and Friday as students again disrupted the academic programme.
Only the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Graduate School of Business are set to operate.
Classes were disrupted earlier on Thursday as students called on President Jacob Zuma to release a report on tuition fees.
According to UCT spokesperson, Elijah Moholola, the reason for the suspension of classes is primarily for the safety of students and staff and to avoid exposing staff and students to unacceptable disruptive behaviour.
“Blended learning models will be implemented where possible and course conveners will communicate further how teaching will continue off campus.