The presidential primary election is only a few days away, and the University of La Verne is determined to help the entire La Verne community, including newly eligible to vote students on campus, cast their ballots on campus.
The University of La Verne is extending the tuition deposit deadline to May 15, 2024. This gives families additional time to review admissions and financial aid offers due to the delays around processing this year’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.
The University of La Verne joined the National College Resources Foundation’s Black College Expo and made a splash with prospective students!
“The public administration program allows us to be a part of a broader national perspective on governance and networking across communities,” College of Law and Public Service Associate Dean Suzanne Beaumaster said. “It’s been very important to us and our students, as the program lends quality and functionality to the needs of the area.”
New Curt Hagman Distinguished Lecture Series brings together students, professionals and community leaders to connect, discuss, and collaborate over legal and public service challenges and opportunities.
In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy, the University of La Verne leaped into action for a chilly winter’s day of service focused on local environmental sustainability through gardening.
The University of La Verne has enjoyed many celebratory accomplishments in 2023. As a new year approaches, let’s take another look at some highlights of 2023.