Campus Resources

The Accessibility Services Department has a variety of books students are able to check out. To check out a book, please email Please visit our YouTube channel for videos related to Universal Design and additional information related to Accessibility Services.

Elevator or ADA Door Issues?

Your accessibility Matters! At the University of La Verne, we’re committed to ensuring access for all members of our community. If you encounter any challenges with elevators or ADA doors that affect your accessibility on campus, please submit a work order to Facilities Services. Your feedback helps us continuously improve our environment to ensure that everyone can thrive. Thank you for helping us uphold our commitment to accessibility and inclusion.

How to submit a work order
  1. Submit a work order via the online program
    1. Select “General Services”
      1. Select “Maintenance Repair Request”


  2. Contact the Help Desk at or (909) 448-4130

Simply inform Facilities what is out-of-order and its location on campus. Providing a detailed request is helpful in ensuring the issue is addressed.

*Note: Most university buildings unlock between 7:00 am – 8:00 am. Before submitting a work order request, please confirm the lack of access to the building is not a result of it being locked during non-operating hours.

Center for Teaching and Learning Provides resources, workshops, certifications, and consultation for faculty and staff wanting to learn more on how to support their students and to expand on professional development.
Wilson Library Helpful for research resources and study areas (individual and group studying), as well as workshops and events.
Academic Success Center Refer students to Academic Success Center for tutoring, workshops, and academic coaching.
Career Center Where students are empowered for career readiness through resources, programs, and career assessments, and where they can get guidance from Career Advisors.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Refer students to free individual therapy and appointments with psychiatrists (via phone and video; appointments only).
Student Outreach and Support Resources for faculty and staff to assist students who are in distress and need of care and behavioral support.
Randall Lewis Center for Well-being and Research Resources for physical, emotional, and mental well-being for students, faculty, and staff.
Student Health Center Health services available to enrolled students.