Staff, faculty, and administrators are also working to provide comfort, support, and accommodations to students who have been affected. The Counseling and Psychological Services office is available at laverne.edu/counseling or 909-448-4105.
Mathematics Professor Emily Cilli-Turner joined a research mission to the Eastern Bering Sea to study how fishing might affect the population of a key species of fish.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of La Verne 5th in the nation for social mobility, recognizing the university’s success in helping students from low-income families achieve equity with graduates from families with stronger financial backgrounds.
La Verne has earned a spot in the Princeton Review’s annual Guide to 399 Green Colleges for the eight consecutive year. The guide profiles institutions that have made a commitment to sustainability.
University of La Verne Professor Co-authors Paper on Assessing the Impacts of Climate Change on Species
David Bickford, the Fletcher Jones Endowed Chair in Biology, is among 18 international scientists who collaborated on the work, “Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment of Species,” published in WIREs Climate Change.
University of La Verne Partners With Give Something Back to Support Students Who Have Faced Adversity
The Give Something Back charitable organization has dedicated $1 million to help students obtain a college education from the University of La Verne.
The University of La Verne and Fairplex have agreed to work together to create community-based programs that will promote healthy habits and lifestyles for University of La Verne students and the greater Southern California community.