Established in 1891, the La Verne Campus is the first and biggest of all of the University of La Verne locations. For more than 130 years, the La Verne Campus has been serving the communities of the San Gabriel Valley and the Inland Empire by offering programs in education, business, public management, arts and sciences, and health and well-being. The La Verne Campus also manages extended education and professional development programs that allow students to continue developing their knowledge and skills with non-degree or non-credit courses.
Traditional Undergraduate Programs
Our traditional undergraduate programs offer the classic college experience on the La Verne Campus and is ideal for those finishing up high school, international students, and students looking to transfer with some recent college experience.
Campus Accelerated Program For Adults
More than 50 years ago, the University of La Verne was among the first universities in the state to create undergraduate degree programs tailored specifically for working adults. Campus Accelerated Program For Adults offers part- and full-time bachelor’s degree programs in several competitive fields that allow you to transfer existing units and complete your degree on an accelerated track on the La Verne Campus.
We designed our graduate programs for individuals looking to take the next step in their profession. The full array of our master’s degrees, doctorates, certificates, and credentials are available at the La Verne Campus, and encourage lifelong learning that suits your stage in life.
La Verne Extended Learning
The Extended Learning Program supports the University of La Verne’s commitment to lifelong learning by offering dynamic, innovative, and stimulating continuing education opportunities to individuals intent on expanding their own horizons.
Professional Development Courses
Professional Development Courses at the University of La Verne offers over 250 graduate-level, non-degree semester credit courses for teachers seeking salary advancement, recertification, license renewal or personal enrichment. Students may also earn certificates related to curricula content, classroom management, and Teaching Strategies.