The La Verne Safe Return plan prioritizes the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff while honoring the university’s historical commitment to a student-centered and personalized education. The plan meets or exceeds all federal, state, and regional public health mandates.
News and Events
The University of La Verne will launch a new telehealth program this August in partnership with Telebehavioral Health Institute, Inc. (TBHI).
The University of La Verne’s Integrated Business Program is intended to provide students real-world business experience. But the experience that the real world delivered to this year’s class was unlike anything students and faculty could have imagined.
Since my message to you on May 30, I have been troubled and charged to action. Not only in coordination with key faculty, staff, and administrators, but also in meetings with community partners on how we can improve our learning and working environment for all.
University of La Verne Students and Alumni Earn an All-Time High Number of Telly Awards for Film Production
Four television projects created by University of La Verne film students and alumni have garnered an unprecedented five 2020 Telly awards.
The University of La Verne celebrated the graduating class of 2020 on Saturday, May 30, through “One Community” virtual ceremonies.
The University of La Verne community supports the movement to raise awareness of inequities and unjust processes, evoke change within systems, and bring about a just climate where persons feel safe and valued.
As a country and as a community, we again find ourselves grappling with painful, but all too familiar, issues around power, privilege, oppression, and racism.
Assistant Professor in History Receives Mellon Emerging Faculty Leaders Award for Teaching and Research
Allyson Brantley, assistant professor of history, has received the 2020 Mellon Emerging Faculty Leaders (MEFL) Award from The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.
The University of La Verne is holding virtual celebrations and activities in May to honor the approximately 1,400 students who are graduating this spring from the university’s four colleges and ten campuses.