Current Issue: Fall 2019
The University of La Verne is proud to embrace a global community filled with endless opportunities and diverse individuals. It is our community of positive influencers that are building change, inspiring dreams, and carrying on the traditions for years to come. Discover how our students, faculty, and alumni enrich the lives they encounter.
Meet Mavel Ramos, Mary Barlow, and Steve Basset
What do an Irvine banker, Kern County school superintendent, and Los Angeles supply chain chief have in common? All three have careers that were turbo-charged by University of La Verne's pioneering regional and online campuses, which celebrate their 50th anniversary this year.
News from La Verne
University of La Verne Receives Eight-Year Reaccreditation From the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
The WASC accreditation process aids colleges and universities in developing and sustaining effective educational programs and assures the educational community, the general public, and other organizations that an accredited institution has met high standards of quality and effectiveness.
Two students from the University of La Verne College of Law brought home awards from the western regional Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition, which was held online November 6. Miguel Caloca, JD ’21, and Herber Ramirez, JD ’20, represented the university at the competition and were coached by Dean McVay, adjunct professor and moot court competition advisor.
The University of La Verne Celebrates Renovation of New Sara and Michael Abraham Center for Veteran Student Success with Groundbreaking Ceremony
On November 11, the University of La Verne celebrated Veterans Day with a groundbreaking ceremony to kick off the renovation of the newly renamed Sara and Michael Abraham Center for Veteran Student Success. To celebrate the start of construction safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the university hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on the central campus in La Verne and streamed it online for public viewing.
Given the continued spread of COVID-19 and our need to plan for the rest of the academic year, the university is making the prudent decision at this time to remain remote through the spring semester and term.