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Associated Students of the University of La Verne

Associated Students ofUniversity of La Verne

Associated Students of University of La Verne (ASULV) is the officially recognized student government of the University of La Verne. ASULV advocates student interests on campus and in local, regional, and national forums.

ASULV strives to create quality experiences, programs, and services which are responsive to the needs and interests of the campus community.

ASULV fosters meaningful student development opportunities through leadership, employment, and volunteer experiences. In addition to out-of-classroom learning experiences, it enhances and supports student life by encouraging participation in university programs and services, and promotes organizations whose activities stimulate individual and group participation within the campus community.


ASULV was created to provide a fully and equally representative student government. Our goal is to:

  1. Represent and advocate for the interest of the students.
  2. Promote and enrich student academic, cultural, social, and physical welfare.
  3. Enhance education while strengthening and supporting existing student clubs and organizations.
  4. Provide an official channel for the expressions of the students’ views and interests.
  5. Encourage and maintain student’s academic rights and responsibilities.
  6. Articulate our rights to a voice in campus governance.

Get Involved!

There are many opportunities to get involved with ASULV, all with various levels of commitment. One of the easiest ways for your voice to be heard is by attending our weekly ASULV meetings. Meetings begin at 3:00pm every Monday in Campus Center Ballroom A and are one hour long.

Our meetings are open to the public and student attendance is highly encouraged. ASULV represents you! Although non-members cannot vote on issues during ASULV meetings, they are certainly welcome to participate in the discussion of key issues.