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The University of La Verne’s Resident Housing Association brought back two first place awards and a second place award from the Pacific Association of Colleges and Universities Residence Halls 2012 regional conference.
During a one-month period I attempted to enter all dorm buildings on the University of La Verne campus.
I have never once faced any drastic health risks, parasites or violated any safety regulations set forth by housing, nor do I plan on going crazy breaking rules now that I am on my way out. I will, however, have to speak up about the latest health inspection that was done in my suite.
The University prides itself on being a dry campus. There is a double standard if it allows the publicizing of an event held elsewhere with the same problem it is trying to keep off the campus.
The dramatic increase in freshman admissions to the University of La Verne and the opening of the much anticipated Vista La Verne dorm are among the major changes at the University this fall.
In fall semester 377 lucky students will have the chance to engage in a new housing experience. The new residence hall that has been under construction since summer 2011 is expected to change the way people view the University of La Verne.
As students await the opening of the new residence hall next fall, many are wondering what major changes will be placed upon the housing application process.
The University’s Residential Hall Association upheld its successful reputation by winning two awards at the Pacific Affiliation of College and University Residential Hall Conference.
Adam Gray, a sophomore business administration major, spent the first five weeks of the semester homeless because of difficulties getting on campus housing.
With tuition rising and the state slowly pulling Cal Grants, it is no wonder that many students are scraping to find places to live while they further their education.