Continuing with its commitment to offering quality higher education opportunities in the Inland Empire, the University of La Verne is unveiled its new Ontario Regional Campus with a grand opening celebration on Wednesday, February 15.
President Lieberman and fellow La Verne administrative personnel, invited the community to the red-ribbon cutting ceremony at the new location: 3237 Guasti Road, Suite 300, in Ontario.
Relocating from the previous 7,776-square-foot Rancho Cucamonga location, the new 10,662-square-foot facility provides students and faculty with a quality physical environment to enhance their teaching and learning experiences.
“The heart of any University is what happens in the classroom,” said Steve Lesniak, dean of Regional Campus Administration. “The new Ontario campus provides students and faculty with an attractive physical environment with current technology that enhances the classroom experience for all.”
The new campus offers seven smart classrooms, including a new computer lab and conference/seminar rooms. The new facility also features a student lounge for student interaction and additional office space for staff and faculty.
First established in 1993, the Ontario Regional Campus is one of seven regional campuses the University of La Verne operates throughout California. The Ontario Campus supports the academic goals of working professionals in the Inland Empire through quality undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
“Working adults will find it a comfortable and inviting place to attend classes after a hard day at work,” said Lesniak.
Degrees offered include business, health administration, organizational management, public management and child development.
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