As the new on-campus parking structure nears the end of its construction, there are plans to open it for University of La Verne students, faculty and staff to use between mid July to early August, ahead of its original Aug. 15 opening date and Sept. 1 official grand opening.
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The Associated Students of the University of La Verne hosted a town hall meeting Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium, giving students the opportunity to voice concerns and ask questions regarding the state of the University.
Approximately 60 faculty, administrators and students from the University, members of Bomel Construction and representatives of the City of La Verne City Council attended the new parking structure groundbreaking ceremony on Oct. 8 in the area formally known as Lot D.
University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman was named President of the Year by the Association of College Unions International for her efforts and dedication to build and maintain positive campus community, the association announced last month.
This is the first of a series of stories highlighting key issues on and off campus. This first story deals with parking, a polarizing issue on campus. Host Julian Mininsohn gets the perspective from key officials as well as students from the University of La Verne.
The University of La Verne has taken extra precautions toward earthquake preparedness in light of recent earthquakes in the Los Angeles County to prepare students and faculty in case of emergency.
ULV officials created the Master Plan to help generate designs, facilities and technologies that will support the growing academic population of the University.
Campus safety is working with Capital Planning to add Wide Area Emergency Broadcast System, or WEBS, towers on campus, starting with one in D Lot this semester.
With the West Campus project moving forward, the softball and baseball teams will finally have their own fields to call home.
With Vista La Verne and the Campus Center exceeding the City of La Verne’s height restriction, the city implemented additional fees, or taxes, to the University of La Verne to pay for fire and other public services required for these buildings.