Preparing for Fall and Beyond
The University of La Verne’s plans for a safe return to campus prioritize the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff while also honoring our historical commitment to a student-centered and personalized education.
Our plans have been contingent upon meeting public health guidelines, and we have remained flexible in order to adapt to the fluid trends of the coronavirus pandemic.
After careful consideration of public health data, and given that existing state and county public health guidelines do not yet allow for on-campus operations as we near the start of the fall semester, the University of La Verne is shifting its fall plans to create the most productive learning and working environment for the university community.
The University of La Verne will now begin the fall semester and term with primarily remote teaching and learning across all campuses, and only essential on-campus operations.
State and county public health guidelines for residence halls are still being developed and may require the university to limit housing to single occupancy rooms and to students with the greatest need.
High-contact intercollegiate fall sports such as football, basketball, and soccer will not take place.
As the fall semester progresses, we will continue to closely monitor public health guidelines and phase in on-campus activity as soon as state and county public health agencies declare it is safe to do so.
As we do so, the La Verne Safe Return plan will continue to guide our approach.
Additional information about ongoing remote university operations, including resources for students, faculty, and staff, is available at laverne.edu/coronavirus.