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The University of La Verne played host to more than 230 prospective students over the course of two days for Spotlight Weekend on Friday and Saturday.
One component of the University’s 2020 Strategic Vision is the a goal to increase the international undergraduate population to 10 percent by 2020.
Nearly 500 prospective Leopards experienced the life of a college student, exploring the campus last week during Spotlight Weekend, an annual event when newly admitted high school students were able to scope out the University.
La Verne has bitten off more than it can chew with students who have transferred to the University from other institutions this semester. The problems of unusually large class sizes — combined with a lack of physical space to house classes, cars, etc. — went from bad in fall 2012 to worse this spring.
The University of La Verne ranked No. 2 in U.S. News and World Report’s first ever nationwide list of over-performing colleges, which looks at how universities performed in comparison to the schools’ reputations.
After months of planning, the admissions office hosted its third annual Preview Day last month.
Students and staff members have differing opinions about the University’s increase in admissions and this year’s historic 650-student freshman class.
University of La Verne students Ashle Huizar and Faby Montano warn students from Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga about the curse of stepping on the school seal on their tour of ULV on Wednesday.
Admissions Representative Matthew Rinehart answered questions about the University of La Verne for students from Pathways in Education on Monday in Sneaky Park.
The University of La Verne will welcome 2,217 new students next fall, but this is just a fraction of the 7,033 that originally applied.