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As students fill summer courses, many ask: Why aren’t all colleges open in the summers?

The Hechinger Report | June 25, 2020

The University of La Verne has discounted summer tuition for continuing students and is offering a free course about Covid-19 for incoming freshmen. The school expects about 100 students to take the class, said Mary Aguayo, vice president of strategic enrollment management. Read More »

Protests: Why are some white people randomly gifting black people money?

USA Today | June 12, 2020

As demonstrations over killings of unarmed black people by police persist across the globe, presumably well-intentioned white allies are giving money and other gifts to black people in a show of solidarity. Read More »

Orange County Soccer Club Launches Hispanic Advisory Board

Orange County SC Communications | June 09, 2020

In an effort to greater serve the OC Hispanic community, Orange County SC announced the formation of the club's Hispanic Advisory Board. The board will be led by OCSC Front Office Staff and Fidel Gomez, Director, Corporate & Foundation Relations at the University of La Verne, and will work to better reach and serve the Hispanic community of Orange County and the surrounding areas. Read More »

Formula for volatile week of protests had been percolating years, race-relations experts say

Los Angeles Daily News | June 08, 2020

It was a trifecta of tragedy that sparked a week of protests volatile and peaceful alike, but decades of racial inequality and systemic injustices created a tinderbox that allowed it to flourish — and it’s going to take significant social reforms to get the fuel out of the fire, local race-relations experts said this week. Read More »

Board Elects NACU 2020-21 Executive Committee and Officers

New American Colleges and Universities | June 08, 2020

The New American Colleges and Universities (NACU) Board of Directors recently elected its 2020-21 executive officers and executive committee which are responsible for oversight of the national consortium of private, comprehensive colleges and universities. Read More »

Why California Needs to Invest in Independent Colleges and Universities

CalMatters | May 20, 2020

California’s 85 nonprofit colleges and universities award 20% of all undergraduate degrees and more than 50% of graduate degrees statewide. Read More »

2020's Best Cheap Car Insurance in California

WalletHub | May 15, 2020

Ryan Lee, assistant professor of applied business sciences and economics at the University of La Verne, provides his expertise and insight on inexpensive car insurance tips for Californians. Read More »

Graduating San Bernardino seniors celebrated during coronavirus pandemic

San Bernardino Sun | May 12, 2020

San Bernardino active community member Tina Lopez and her good friend Treasure Ortiz, soon-to-be graduate of the University of La Verne’s doctoral program, are connecting San Bernardino residents to graduating seniors through their “Adopt a City of San Bernardino Senior” initiative on Facebook. Read More »

Student life may look a lot different on Inland college campuses this fall

Redlands Daily Facts | May 11, 2020

Universities and colleges moved instruction online in March, and closed their campuses to most students, as the novel coronavirus began to spread across the region. Now, with the start of the fall term just months away, institutional leaders and students wonder what college life will look like in the future. Read More »

MBA Guide: University of La Verne

Los Angeles Business Journal | May 11, 2020

University of La Verne alumni with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree have found success in industries worldwide. That’s just one of the reasons college rankings place the university’s MBA program high on their lists. Read More »