Bathed in the dusky haze of the afternoon sun, the smell of freshly mowed grass hovering as an undeniable harbinger of spring, the University of La Verne baseball and softball teams on April 8 don...
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Mike Brown and his wife, Nancy, have literally helped build a new university with their generosity.
The University of La Verne breaks ground on Campus West, the new home of the Leopards baseball and softball teams, scheduled for completion by February.
The university’s new 102,000-square-foot residence hall, Vista La Verne, opens its arms to La Verne students just a few steps from the Campus Center and Downtown.
The University of La Verne’s new main campus bookstore on the first floor of the Vista La Verne residence hall opened for business last week with a brand-new look and feel, plus room to grow.
As the embodiment of the University of La Verne for 26 years, Steve Morgan ’68 found the best way to provide stability and security was to keep moving forward.
Relocation of the baseball field becomes a reality as construction starts on residence hall, part of a 10-year campus transformation plan.
Led by Board of Trustees member Paul Moseley, 22 Sigma Alpha Epsilon brothers donate a combined $165,000 to the Ann & Steve Morgan Auditorium.
New features are taking shape, offering a window to the
future look of the renovated Ann & Steve Morgan Auditorium.
It’s not easy to ask for donations, but they’re the lifeblood of the University of La Verne, which can offer top-notch faculty and facilities because of them.
From a rooftop garden that helps reduce energy demand for cooling to seating made from recycled seatbelts, the university’s Campus Center was designed to be energy efficient and environmentally friendly. Last May the three-story, 40,000-square foot facility became the first building within the City of La Verne to attain Silver LEED Certification from the U.S. […]