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Frequently Asked Questions

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New Student Orientation for Spring 2022 is a two-day event starting on Wednesday, January 26th thru Thursday, January 27th.

All events for New Student Orientation will be housed in the private Orientation group under Campus Labs Engage using your La Verne email address. When setting up your Campus Labs Engage account, please use your La Verne email address. Avoid using a Gmail account, high school email address, or previous institution email address(es).

 

 

 

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It is highly recommended because we believe that orientation is a process. The New Student Orientation program is designed to help incoming students transition and acclimate to the campus. We have sessions and activities to engage students in helping to prepare them to have a successful 1st year at the University of La Verne.

Here are just some key factors to consider on why you MUST attend New Student Orientation.

  • To UNDERSTAND college expectations and your responsibilities as a college student.
  • To LEARN about the campus and the important services that are offered.
  • To MEET peers who are highly trained as Orientation Leaders and who will share valuable knowledge and experience.
  • To GAIN lifetime friendships.
  • To EASE your transition into college life
  • To BEGIN your journey to college graduation with confidence.
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NSO is designed for new traditional undergraduate students who are attending in the Spring . Our program is focused on preparing our new Leos for their first year at the University.

 

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Once, you have joined the private 2022 New Student Orientation group in Campus Labs, Engage you have registered for New Student Orientation.

Next, you need to RSVP for all the Orientation events. The schedule of events will be made available soon.

If you have any questions, contact orientation@laverne.edu.

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Yes, your RSVP is needed so that the Orientation team is aware of your participation in the program.

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The cost of orientation is already included in your tuition and fees, so come and enjoy the fun!

The New Student Orientation fee helps cover costs associated with programs and services for the transition of new students into the University. The New Student Orientation fee will be used to provide experiences virtually and in-person all throughout the summer leading into your first day of classes while providing support and resources along the way. 

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It will consist of many programs and fun activities that will help acclimate and transition you to the Leo community.

All events for New Student Orientation will be housed in the private Orientation group under Campus Labs Engage using your La Verne email address. When setting up your Campus Labs Engage account, please use your La Verne email address. Avoid using a Gmail account, high school email address, or previous institution email address(es).

Click here to get started in creating your Campus Labs Engage account. Alternatively, you will find a link in the La Verne Portal site under QuickLinks.

There are two options to gain access to viewing the Orientation page with all the event information.

  1. You received an invitation notification through your La Verne email to join our Orientation group.
  2. You create your account and go to the Orientation group page “2022 New Student Orientation” and request to join. Click here to request to join.

Once, you have created your account and gain access to the private 2022 New Student Orientation group, please RSVP to all orientation events.

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Please reference the Housing & Residential page. Click here. For any questions, contact housing@laverne.edu.

 

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Yes, there is an additional orientation program for international students attending the University of La Verne.

The orientation program is handled by the Office of International Services. For more details or questions, contact international@laverne.edu 

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To find on campus employment opportunities go to the Human Resources page on the University of La Verne website, then under the contact information there should be a tab that says student employment openings. That tab will redirect you to the webpage where all the current job postings are available. The page gives you the option to narrow your search between Federal Work Study or Non Federal Work Study, if necessary.

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First to know which books you need for all your classes head over to the back of the student store. There will be a kiosk where you can input your Student ID, which will then print out a list of all required texts for your classes. You can then purchase or rent your books from the bookstore or order them online. Most students that order online use websites such as Chegg, Amazon, and Slugbooks.

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You can check out the various clubs we have on campus and get involved through our Campus Labs platform.

During New Student Orientation, you will have the opportunity to get to know student leaders from various clubs to share with you ways to get involved.

For more information on about clubs and organizations, email clubs@laverne.edu.

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You register for all your classes when you schedule and attend your advising appointment, if you like to make changes to your schedule you must contact your Academic Advisor to see if changes are possible. If you haven’t made your appointment, please schedule one via your admitted student portal.