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Adult Learner Undergraduate Admission

Adult Learner Undergraduate Admissions

Imagine something different.

For our adult learner undergraduate experience, we’ve paired the convenience and flexibility of an accelerated degree program with the vast academic resources of our 130-year-old university so that you have the support you need to complete your bachelor’s degree.

Why University of La Verne?

The University of La Verne was one of the first universities in California to create bachelor’s degree programs tailored specifically toward working adults.

We understand what busy students want and need: high-quality degree completion programs to enhance professional skills, flexible schedules, convenient locations and online options, and knowledgeable staff to guide you each step of the way.

Regardless of which location you choose, you will be earning the same high-quality bachelor’s education taught on the La Verne Campus. That includes a mix of in-depth curriculum in your chosen major as well as a liberal general education that embraces four core values: ethical reasoning, diversity and inclusivity, lifelong learning, and civic and community engagement.

There are many advantages to starting a bachelor’s degree as an adult learner at the University of La Verne:


At University of La Verne, hands-on learning and professional skill development is central to the academic experience so that you are prepared to be a major contributor to the workforce as well as your community. Dedicated faculty teach small classes, which means you’ll receive a more personalized education.


You’ll be assigned an academic advisor who is specially trained to provide the support you need from admission to graduation. Meet with advisors at the beginning of enrollment to develop an academic plan, and regular check-ins will make sure you’re staying on track to complete your degree.


Our class schedules and hybrid formats allow you to balance school with work and personal life. Customize your education plan with full- or part-time enrollment, evening and weekend classes, in-person, online and hybrid courses, and multiple start dates per year.