After you have submitted your tuition deposit, please log in to your application portal where you will find a checklist of items that will guide you through a successful start to the Fall semester. Log in to get started now.
- Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and list La Verne as the school to send your information to, 001216. It’s never too late to apply.
- DACA students graduating from a California High School submit the CA Dream Act application and include La Verne’s school code, 001216.
- All California High School graduates or seniors, ensure your GPA Verification Form is also submitted no later than March 2.
- If you did not include your Social Security Number on your Admission Application please contact your Admission Counselor or the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 909-448-4026 with that information. Financial Aid uses your SSN to match your FAFSA application with your Admission information, which allows them to consider you for additional aid.
- If La Verne receives your completed FAFSA or CA Dream Act application we will send you a comprehensive award letter within three weeks, beginning in mid-January.
Accessing MyLaVerne Directly
- If you have received your student ID number, and have not logged into MyLaVerne Directly, now is the time! MyLaVerne Directly is used to accept financial aid, apply for housing and eventually register for classes- it is key that you begin using it right away. Please note that your “User ID” is your Student Identification Number and the “PIN” is your six-digit date of birth.
Confirm your spot
- Confirm your spot at La Verne. Log in to the application portal to submit your enrollment deposit. If you do not yet have an account, create one with the email address you used to apply to the university. The tuition deposit is non-refundable.
- If you prefer to pay by check, please send one for US$200 to:
University of La Verne
Office of Undergraduate Admission
1950 Third Street
La Verne, CA 91750 USA
*Be sure to include your student ID number in the memo section.
Financial Responsibility Agreement/Promissory Note
- Sign your La Verne Financial Responsibility Agreement/Promissory Note – this must be signed prior to Online SOAR (please allow one business day after submitting your deposit before logging into MyLaVerne Portal). If you are not 18 years old by Online SOAR, you must have a parent sign this form.
- If living on campus, complete the HOUSING application and submit the housing deposit using MyLaVerne. Housing applications open 3 February 2020, for the 2020-21 Academic Year. Priority deadline to apply for new students is 5 May 2020. (Note: Applications will be accepted after May 1, but placement is dependent on space availability.)
Registering for Classes
- Complete our Online SOAR (Summer Opportunity for Advising and Registration) administrative steps to register for classes.
- Log in to your application portal where you will see the steps on your checklist after your tuition deposit has been processed.
- Freshman: Browse our FLEX (First-year Learning Communities) options. You will select your top three FLEX choices in your application portal as one of your checklist items.
- Complete Online SOAR administrative steps. After, sign-up for an advising appointment online.
- Sign-up for New Student Orientation.
- Access your LaVerne Portal account for the first time at least two business days after you have submitted your deposit. Please click here for instructions on how to setup up your La Verne Portal account.
- Submit official, final transcripts to the Office of Admission.
- Transfer Students: Access your Degree Evaluation on MyLaVerne to view what courses have transferred to La Verne within three to four weeks of receiving your admission letter; a hard copy will also be mailed to you.
- Review and Accept your financial aid online using MyLaVerne. To review your financial aid award or accept loans, log in to MyLaVerne and follow the instructions below.
- Click the Student Services & Financial Aid link
- Click the Financial Aid Information Menu link
- Click the My Award information link
- Click the Award by Aid year link
- Select the aid year (2020-2021) from the drop down menu and click the submit button
- Review your financial aid package and select the loans you would like to accept under the Accept Award Offer tab.
- Set up payment arrangements with Student Accounts
- Get your parking permit: Student Resident and Commuting Student parking permits are free. Student parking permits can be requested by logging into your La Verne Portal > student resources > parking passes. All students must have a valid parking permit displayed in the front windshield of their vehicle Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m. when parking on campus. Please refer to Transportation and Parking Services for more information regarding parking on campus.
- Buy your books: a full list of books for your own class schedule can also be found on MyLaVerne via “Student Services”–>”Bookstore” approximately 21 days prior to the start of the term.
Complete Online Training
- All new students (undergraduate, graduate, law school, CAPA, and online) are required to complete Think About It sexual misconduct/sexual harassment prevention training after enrolling in class. Students will receive an email from “Campus Clarity” with their login information 2-3 weeks prior to the start of the term/semester.
- Freshmen and Advanced Freshmen: Your admission is contingent upon successful completion of your current studies. Make sure that your official, final high school transcript, verifying your diploma date, is sent to the Office of Admission. The final high school transcript is a component of your permanent student record and must be on file in order to continue past the first semester of enrollment as well as to receive your University of La Verne diploma upon graduation.
- Transfers: In order to be properly evaluated for your general education requirements, make sure to submit all final college transcripts, college-level test scores, military documents, etc. prior to advisement. This includes courses completed while you were concurrently enrolled in high school. If you are currently enrolled at a college or university, be sure to submit your final transcript as soon as grades are officially posted.
- International: Students who have completed studies at a foreign university must send their transcripts to an approved credentials evaluation service provider to be evaluated for transfer credit.