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Resources for Parents and Families

Discover a university that will challenge your student and support them on the path to success.

Selecting a college is one of the most important choices your student will make, but they won’t make the decision alone. We know that parents and families play a vital role in this process, and we want to ensure that you have the information you need to help your child navigate the college search, narrow down choices, and make deadlines.

The University of La Verne Experience

We are an institution that goes beyond the process of granting degrees. Founded in 1891 and grounded in the liberal arts, the University of La Verne is a nonprofit, private university committed to supporting our students as they pursue their passions, grow personally, and prepare for a lifetime of success. Your student has the potential to do great things, and it’s the goal of our faculty and staff to nurture their ambition and talents to achieve more than they could imagine. Learn more about the traditional undergraduate experience at University of La Verne.

Important Dates and Deadlines

September 1

La Verne Application opens

October 1

FAFSA filing opens

December 1

Priority deadline for spring starts

February 1

Priority deadline for fall starts (freshmen)

March 2

Deadline for filing FAFSA to be considered for California state aid

April 1

Priority deadline for fall starts (transfers)

May 1

National Decision Day


Next Steps for Admitted Students

Your student got accepted to the University of La Verne? That’s terrific. Visit our Admitted Students website to learn more about next steps and events for admitted students.

If your student decides that University of La Verne is the right place for them, they will need to log in to the application portal to submit their tuition deposit. Then, they will be able to access a new student checklist that must be completed prior to the start of their first semester. Parents and supporters can help their student make a successful transition to the university by guiding them through each step of the checklist.