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.
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.
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.
I hope you are all doing well! As we prepare for a remote fall semester, the Learning Commons team of Academic Success Center (ASC), Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Wilson Library has been gathering resources to support you.
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.
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 […]
Thank you again for your response to the novel coronavirus pandemic and the challenges it has posed as we move fully online for classes, mentoring, and student support. Last week, faculty made great strides toward a virtual education for more than 7,000 students. Starting Monday, the students will show up.
As challenges from the novel coronavirus mount both locally and nationally, we have made the strategic decisions to keep our students, faculty, and staff safe while continuing to deliver our University of La Verne education. The precautions we have taken, while sometimes difficult, will help to save lives.
On behalf of the University of La Verne, I want to thank you for your efforts and dedication to our students and mission during the global coronavirus challenge.
I write this letter with deep appreciation and admiration for how University of La Verne faculty and staff have responded to the novel coronavirus pandemic and the challenges it has posed to our students.
Due to the rapid spread of the disease, the University of La Verne Coronavirus Monitoring Committee and university administrators have recommended that we take enhanced measures to ensure the safety of our campus communities, support the effective operation of the university, and contribute to managing this global pandemic.
Following upon President Lieberman’s email to the entire University of La Verne community last evening, I write to remind faculty of the plan and resources for instructional continuity of your courses.
Over the past month, university officials have been monitoring Coronavirus internationally, nationally, and regionally. Our current educational and business continuity plans have also been reviewed and developed in light of the unique aspects of Coronavirus.