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Campus Services

Services on Campus

Campus Ministry

Our Campus Ministry is available for pastoral counseling, worship and fellowship opportunities, volunteer opportunities and information regarding our Peace Studies program and Summer Service volunteer programs. Campus Ministry can be reached in the chapel, or at ext. 4320.

Career Services

Career advising and job search assistance can be found in Career Services. The staff of Career Services is trained to assist students in their career, graduate school, and academic major choice. The career library has references for general career topics and specific occupations and companies. Assistance with resume/cover letter writing and interviewing skills are offered. Job announcement notebooks are available for review. If a student needs career counseling or advice on getting a job or declaring a major, call ext. 4054. The Career Services Office is located in the Campus Center, and is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Evening hours are available through appointments.

Academic Success Center

The Academic Success Center (ASC) is here to help students succeed in college. They offer free academic support of all kinds, including tutoring, academic workshops, and individual assistance. At the ASC students can:

  • Improve their math skills
  • Receive help with writing
  • Practice language skills – English, Spanish, German, French, Japanese
  • Use the computer lab for papers and special projects
  • Pick up hints on study skills, time management, and effective test-taking

Tutoring, individual guidance, educational software, and resource books and materials are available for student use. Visit the ASC and see what they have to offer! The ASC is located in the Campus Center, and is open Monday through Thursday 8:00 am to 10 pm, Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, and Sunday 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm.  To make a tutoring appointment, call ext. 4342 at least 24 hours in advance.

Services for Students with Disabilities

For students with a physical, psychological and/or learning disability which limits them from fully and equally participating in the University of La Verne academic programs and/or student activities, they are encouraged to contact Cindy Denne, Director of Student Health Services and Services for Students with Disabilities at ext. 4441 for more information.

Student Life

Student Life is an essential component of living on the La Verne campus. Students are encouraged to become involved in student life on campus in areas such as Orientation, the Residence Hall Association (RHA), Campus Activities Board (CAB), the Associated Students of the University of La Verne (ASULV), Greek organizations, and other clubs and organizations on campus. General information regarding student life involvement opportunities are available throughout the year and can be found in the Office of Student Life in the Campus Center. To get more information on these programs, please call ext. 4485.

University Counseling Center

Counseling is a learning and growing experience that can enable students to explore their feelings, values and behaviors, as well as emotional and social experiences. The University Counseling Center offers a confidential atmosphere that can be conducive to one’s personal and social growth. Counseling services include individual, couple, family and group services and are offered at no cost to traditional aged undergraduate students. Crisis intervention services are also available including the provision of after-hours emergency services via ext. 4650. The University Counseling Center also provides campus psychological and psychiatric resources including emergency psychiatric care in conjunction with Aurora/Charter Oak Behavioral Health Care. Call the Counseling Center at ext. 4831 for more information, or visit the Counseling Center’s website.