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Nearly 600 attended the University of La Verne’s Latino Educational Access and Development conference Thursday in La Verne. High school students and educators filled the Ludwick Conference Center atop the Sara & Michael Abraham Campus Center and the audience overflowed into the Ann & Steve Morgan Auditorium where the program was projected onto a wide screen.
The Conference, which featured individual speakers and panel discussions, plus lunch, live music and information booths, was designed to create a better understanding of college opportunities for Latino students. The University of La Verne is a Hispanic Serving Institution with nearly 40 percent of its enrollment of Hispanic descent. Read more.