Senate Bill 95, Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (SPSL), recently signed by Governor Newsom, provides immediate COVID-19 paid sick leave to employees, up to 80 hours for full time appointments.
Coronavirus Community Announcements
We invite you to join the University of La Verne’s Spring 2021 Virtual Commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 29, 2021. All four college ceremonies will be live streamed on this day. Ceremony times and details are to be announced.
I have encouraging news to share with you about the trajectory of the COVID-19 pandemic and the University of La Verne’s plans to safely resume in-person activity at our campuses.
The University of La Verne has received nearly $3 million from the federal Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA) that we will distribute directly to students who have exceptional financial need due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Higher education employees will be able to register and receive vaccinations in Phase 1B-Tier 1. Most counties are in Phase 1A, with Phase 1B-Tier 1 projected to be next.
Dear Students, As we begin this new calendar year, I would like to offer a brief outlook for 2021 and a note of optimism about our future at the University of La Verne. After thoughtful deliberation, we are preparing for a safe return to face-to-face instruction for fall 2021. In addition, in recognition of the financial challenges […]
Given the continued spread of COVID-19 and our need to plan for the rest of the academic year, the university is making the prudent decision at this time to remain remote through the spring semester and term.
This academic year may be unlike any other, but I am confident that it will be rewarding and productive. I would like to share with you the following updates on the university’s plans for winter and spring.
As you know, the coronavirus pandemic continues to shape the way we teach, learn, and do business. Below are several updates on the university’s ongoing response to the pandemic, and on measures we are taking to ensure a safe and successful learning and working environment for the fall and beyond.
Over the past several days, the California and Los Angeles County Departments of Public Health have issued long-awaited guidelines for colleges and universities that allow us to finalize several key details of our COVID-19 response plans for fall, specifically related to campus housing and limited in-person instruction.
After careful consideration of public health data, and given that existing state and county public health guidelines do not allow for on-campus operations, the University of La Verne will now begin the fall semester and term with primarily remote teaching and learning across all campuses, and only essential on-campus operations.
We are pleased to share with you that the United States Immigrations and Customs Enforcement has announced that it will no longer require international students to leave the United States if they choose or are required to study fully online this fall.
The University of La Verne is disappointed in the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement new guidance to universities for the Student Exchange and Visitor Program (SEVP) issued on July 6. We wanted to share with you an overview of that guidance and how the university is prepared to support you.
June 30, 2020 Dear University of La Verne Students, Faculty, and Staff, The coronavirus pandemic has challenged each of us to find new ways of thinking, new ways of teaching and learning, and new ways of doing so many things that we long took for granted. This has been an unprecedented and difficult time; however, […]
Dear Faculty: Thank you for your continued efforts on behalf of our students. The transition to online and remote learning has been extremely taxing for all faculty, and I appreciate your continued efforts as we close out the academic year. Students have also expressed concerns about remote learning during the pandemic. These are compounded by […]
The University of La Verne is planning to phase in appropriate face-to-face and on-campus operations in fall 2020 across all campus locations, while keeping the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff as the top priority.
The University of La Verne has received $2.8 million to distribute directly to students from the federally legislated Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Students may now apply for these grants.