Category Archives: Press Releases
The University of La Verne became the first private institution in California to partner with TheDream.US recently, paving the way for undocumented students to receive as much as $25,000 in financial aid for an associate’s or bachelor’s degree.
The college ranking site BestColleges.com placed the University of La Verne at No. 7 among the “Top 50 Colleges for Hispanic Students.”
The State Bar of California this month named University of La Verne College of Law Dean Gilbert Holmes the first recipient of the Annual Presidential Awards for his efforts to provide access to justice. Read More
Further advancing his dedication, practice and education of interfaith diversity, Professor of Religion and Philosophy Dr. Richard Rose has been selected from a nationwide pool of nominees to participate in a faculty seminar on the teaching of interfaith understanding. Read More
Earlier this month, Moody’s Investors Service upgraded the University of La Verne’s creditworthiness as a result of the University’s continued enrollment and revenue growth, solid cash flow and material growth in flexible reserves fueled by retained surpluses. Read More
Werewolves, murder and an out of control grandma.
These are three of the films that will be featured at the University of La Verne’s end of the year Senior Film Screening, to be held Sunday May 18, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in La Fetra Auditorium on the main campus. Read More
Celebrated for her dedication to the environment, University of La Verne Department Associate in Anthropology Monica Argandoña was recently named a “Woman of Distinction” by Congresswoman Judy Chu. Read More
The University of La Verne, in partnership with Fairplex, is hosting a free screening of the 2013 documentary “If You Build It,” which features two designer/activists and their work with struggling high school students in North Carolina. Read More
Now in its third year, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is again available at the University of La Verne for local, eligible taxpayers to receive free tax services. Through the support of adjunct faculty and students of the College of Business & Public Management, the IRS-sponsored community program helps low-to-moderate-income families and individuals that … Read More