This information is only applicable to ROC (Regional and Online Campuses) students.
Average program costs
Average program costs based off the 2019-20 academic year. For additional information about tuition and fees, please click here.
- Undergraduate (bachelor’s) degree: $23,980-$43,860
- Graduate (master’s) degree: $24,915-$42,900
All active duty military members, their spouses (registered domestic partner), and dependents under the age of 26 are eligible for military rates with the exception of the College of Law and the traditional undergraduate program at the La Verne location.
There are a number of scholarships the University offers and one could be applicable to you. Speak to a university representative for more information.
- The Academic Merit Scholarship is for undergraduate students with a strong scholastic record from previously attended colleges and universities.
- The Partnership Award is a scholarship for students who work for an organization who the University of La Verne has a Partnership Award Agreement with.
- The New Teacher Initiative Scholarship (for undergrads) is available to those who qualify. Speak with the campus admission representative for details.
- Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) Agreement Scholarship
Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for certain types of federal and private financial aid, scholarships, and more. The Office of Financial Aid supports all prospective and continuing students with the help they need to ensure an affordable University of La Verne education.