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.
The University of La Verne and Pomona Unified School District have signed an agreement that will allow them to create new partnerships focused on nutrition, physical health, mental wellbeing, and joint research.
City officials joined members of the University of La Verne community to celebrate the opening of a new student residence and dining hall with a ribbon cutting ceremony on September 6.
The University of La Verne will soon break ground on a new facility that will serve as a unique hub for teaching, researching, and promoting healthy lifestyle habits for students and members of the broader community.
With the turn of a shovel, the University of La Verne celebrated the groundbreaking for the Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement during a ceremony on May 10.
Joseph Carmona ’12, an officer with the Los Angeles Police Department and an Iraq War veteran, won the university’s 2017 Toyota Prius Prime Premium giveaway. The drawing raised $44,300 in support of student scholarships.