The University automatically includes an Associated Students of University of La Verne activity fee into traditional undergraduate tuition that helps pay for the numerous on and off campus events, including their biggest of the spring semester, Lavernapalooza.
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Imagine: The University of La Verne becoming a bustling institution of collegiate life with entertaining, academic and spirit-driven events enhancing the students’ experience to its full potential as the “best years of your life.”
Distrust is the main issue for students at the University of La Verne who are concerned with the possibility that the student activity fee might be raised in the next two years.
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne are looking to increase the student activities fee from $90 – a figure stagnant since 1982 – to $270, an increase to be phased in over the next two years.
Walking through the University of La Verne campus, it is not hard to miss the apathy students have towards this school.
Sometimes I look at people at our school and wonder what they are thinking. One of these people is whoever thought it was a good idea to raise the activity fee for housing to $40 compared to what it’s been the last three years – $20. That’s inflation of 100 percent.
Some say tradition is what this university needs most, and many alumni, faculty and current students agree with this notion. In other words, the school should forget about all the other important stuff (like the law school, tuition rates and faculty salaries) and concentrate on equipping the students with those special memories of annual events […]
A proposed $9 increase for the 1982-83 Associated Students Federation (ASF) fees was defeated in an election Nov. 17 and 19.