Skip to main content


Leos on Parade

Leos roared through this year’s La Verne Fourth of July Parade celebration in a series of vehicles promoting the University of La Verne’s 125th anniversary.

La Verne Debate Team Takes on Yale at Politicon

  Teams up with UCLA, Pepperdine Debating Citizenship and Universal Basic Income The University of La Verne’s championship debate team competed at the national event known as Politicon, a self-described “Unconventional Political Convention” over June 25 and 26 at the Pasadena Convention Center. Politicon featured political figures and pundits including Sarah Palin, James Carville, Glenn Beck, […]

Enactus Wins Jack Shewmaker Award at National Expo

A short documentary chronicling life-changing projects by Enactus students earned the team a Jack Shewmaker Enactus Spirit Award at the Enactus’ U.S. National Exposition on May 17.

American Bar Association Grants Full Accreditation to College of Law

Click here to register for the ABA Celebrations The University of La Verne College of Law on March 14 received full accreditation from the American Bar Association, an accomplishment gained through the implementation of innovative programs that have increased accessibility, enrollment and success for its students. This ABA action raises the College of Law from its […]

University of La Verne Announces Student Film Festival

Despite being 35 miles or so east from Hollywood – students at the University of La Verne are producing award winning films. Their talented works are earning awards and creating talk within the industry, proving La Verne is an institution on the cinematic rise. “We have steadily won prestigious regional and national awards for our students’ films. […]

New Carlson Gallery to Focus on Central Valley Drought

Photo credit: Michael Robinson Chávez Los Angeles Times Photographer Michael Robinson Chávez plans to present images of arid agricultural land, struggling farmers and shattered dreams in a Pulitzer Prize-winning series about the effects of severe drought in the San Joaquin Valley. The new Irene Carlson Gallery exhibit “The Driest Seasons: California’s Dust Bowl” is set […]

Hundreds Graduate in Winter Commencement Ceremonies

More than 900 University of La Verne students transformed from students to alumni following 2016 Winter Commencement ceremonies at the university’s Sports Science & Athletics Pavilion on Jan. 30. Of the 906 students cleared to graduate, 632 participated in ceremonies for the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business and Public Management and the […]

La Verne’s Online Undergraduate Programs Top Rated for 3rd Straight Year

The University of La Verne provides the best online undergraduate programs in California, a distinction held by the institution three consecutive years through U.S. News & World Report. The online ranking organization released its 2016 national ranking of Online Education in January, recognizing La Verne as having the 24th best online bachelor’s degree programs in the nation […]

Sundays at the Morgan

Some of the finest in local, national and international musical artistry make their way to the Ann & Steve Morgan Auditorium on a Sunday each month for an afternoon of exquisite musical performance. A tradition that showcases the richness of diverse musical genres, Sundays at the Morgan invites the University of La Verne community and its […]

Leo On The Street

Election poll results of the 2012 election showed a 6% drop in young adults participation from the previous election. What do you believe a candidate will need to do or say to appeal to your generation and get you to the polls in 2016?  Presidential candidates need to be upfront with issues and be relatable. […]