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Posted Oct. 19, 2007

Cerina De Souza
Staff Writer

The general education requirements for fall 2008 are changing – but don’t freak out.

The University General Education Committee has gone to great lengths to develop a plan that will keep the integrity of the University of La Verne’s core values alive, all the while meeting the requirements set by the University accrediting agency.

Zandra Wagoner, assistant dean of undergraduate programs, explained that over the next couple of years advisers will be counseling students on two different general education plans that will meet the needs of the student’s graduation schedule

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