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Short take: California governor endorses online community college applications

California Gov. Pete Wilson signed legislation that will require the state's community college board of directors to make online applications more accessible. The legislation is intended to complement the California Virtual University, the state's distance learning program, according to Wilson. The legislation also calls for a per-unit fee reduction from $13 to $12, scheduled for the fall.

California Gov. Pete Wilson signed legislation that will require the state's community college board of directors to make online applications more accessible. The legislation is intended to complement the California Virtual University, the state's distance learning program, according to Wilson. The legislation also calls for a per-unit fee reduction from $13 to $12, scheduled for the fall.