In Fall 2009, the University of La Verne hired 198 full-time and 414 part-time faculty, 220 Administrative/Professional staff, as well as 167 classified staff. Among the full-time faculty, 139 (70.2%) were Caucasian, 13 (6.6%) were Asian/Pacific Islander; 15 (7.6%) were Hispanic/Latino; 9 (4.5%) were African American; 1 (0.5%) was non-resident aline; and 21 (10.6%) were with unknown race/ethnicity. 52.0% of the full-time faculty were male and 48.0% were female. Among all the staff members, 54.8% were Caucasian, 21.7% were Hispanic, 9.0% were Asian/Pacific Islander, 7.8% were African-American. 36.8% of the staff members were male and 63.2% were female (1.3% were with unknown gender).

During fall 2001 and fall 2009, the University increased its female presence in full-time faculty, from 67 to 95 (from 42% to 52%), and its male presence in full-time staff, from 120 to 131 (from 32% to 34%). While its faculty gender composition is not close to idea, it is considerably better than that of its peers, who had an average of 41% female presence in 2005. For some unknown reasons, the University tends to attract more female staff than its peers.

During fall 2001 and fall 2009, the University enormously increased its minority presence in both full-time faculty and full-time staff while relative decreases were observed in its Caucasian presence in full-time faculty team from 84% to 70.2% and in full-time staff members from 63% to 55%.

Again, though its racial diversities in both faculty and staff still had a long way to go to reflect its student population, they were both better than those of their peers, shown in 2007 comparison. For example, the University had lower percentages in the highest race (Caucasian) presences than the averages of its peers, in both full-time faculty (74% v. 80%) and full-time staff (57% v. 67%). .

College and Rank of Full-Time Faculty: Fall 2004-Fall 2008