By Susan Winlow
After a bit of a wait, 34 California community college districts learned Tuesday the fate of their quest to begin a pilot bachelor’s program at their prospective schools.
Fifteen made the initial cut. Nineteen, including Solano Community College, will have to hope for another chance.
The announcement came Tuesday afternoon during the California Community College board of governors meeting. The college programs selected to offer less-expensive four-year degrees – lower division, $46 a unit, upper division, $84 a unit – will undergo further review and final approval will be at the March board of governors meeting.