The University of La Verne will celebrate more than 2,400 graduates during Commencement ceremonies at Ortmayer Stadium on May 27 and 28. Graduates and their guests will hear from prominent commencement keynote speakers, student speakers, and esteemed university members.
More than 160 University of La Verne students from diverse cultures celebrated the completion of their degrees with friends and family on May 20-21 during three cultural graduation ceremonies in the Sports Science & Athletics Pavilion.
The college resource website UniversityHQ has ranked the University of La Verne’s College of Business and Public Management among the best in the country for 2022, recognizing the college’s excellence in multiple categories for bachelor’s degree and master’s degree online business education.
Alumna Gifts $2.3 Million to Launch Nursing Program at New College of Health and Community Well-Being
The gift will fund costs related to establishing the new college and its nursing program. In appreciation, the university will name its new nursing program in honor of John A. Ware.
The Mark of Excellence Awards are the second major recognition for Campus Times this year, following awards last month from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
The ceremony honored up to two individuals from the university community as recommended by each the offices within the Ludwick Center
Agreement Creates Smooth Pathway for Marymount California University Students to Transfer to University of La Verne
Under an agreement approved this week by both universities, Marymount California undergraduate and MBA students will be able to smoothly transfer into the University of La Verne, and be guaranteed specific benefits related to admission, financial aid, and housing.
The University of La Verne’s Online MBA program was ranked fourth in California in Fortune Education’s second annual Best Online MBA Programs rankings.
University of La Verne faculty and students will show their Leopard pride at the 2022 Los Angeles County Fair, which opens on May 5 and runs through Memorial Day weekend. The fair’s theme this year is “Back to our Roots,” which celebrates the 100th anniversary of the fair’s founding in 1922. Several university departments will have exhibits on display aligned with that theme.
The University of La Verne raised a record $1.1 million for student scholarships—and announced the receipt of more than $2.7 million in additional gifts and pledges—during the 2022 Scholarship Gala on Saturday, April 23.