La Verne Facts
- In fall 2019, the University enrolled 7,396 regular students. Over half of the students are undergraduates (2,509 La Verne Campus undergraduates and 1,832 undergraduates from Regional/Online Programs and Other Programs). There are 3,055 graduate students from all campuses enrolled at the University. About two thirds of student body is female.
- In terms of ethnicity, the University is ranked No. 8 in overall racial diversity among all U.S. National Universities and ranked No. 1 in Hispanic student presence among the most racially diverse National Universities, according to U.S. News & Report on 2008 America’s Best Colleges Rankings.
- During the academic years of 2001-2019, the University graduated over 18,000 undergraduate and graduate students. About 68% of its full-time freshmen have graduated within 6 years and 53% have graduated in 4 years. These percentages increase gradually.
- The average financial aid package of those who were determined to receive any financial aid was $23,526 for freshman and $22,535 for other undergraduates.
- Compared to Fiscal Year 2004-05, the revenue from private gifts and grants (endowment) were almost doubled in Fiscal Year 2005-2006, although it has some decrease during the economic downturn.
|ULV Snapshot (U-CAN Project)
Brief overview of admissions, student enrollment and diversity, graduation, degrees awarded last year, what students pay, financial aid, faculty and class size, campus life, and campus safetyStudent (Trend Data)
General Student Profile, New Student Profile, Degrees Conferred, Graduation Analysis, Retention AnalysisFaculty and Staff
Gender, ethnicity, full-time and part-time status of faculty and staff
|Student Right to Know
Discloses the 6-year graduation rates by entering first-time traditional-age freshman cohort and campus crime statisticsFinancial Aid (Recent 5-Year Trend Data)
Basic statistics of financial aid receipts among traditional-age full-time studentsFinance (Recent 5-Year Trend Data)
Audited Financial Statements regarding assets, liability, student grants, revenues, and expenses