Through the Hosts program, high school students were invited to the University of La Verne to give them a sense of what university life is all about. This year’s Hosts Program for freshmen began at 4:30 p.m. Oct. 10.
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The University of La Verne recently received two gold awards in recognition for its recruitment publications, designed to attract new students to the University for the 2002 to 2003 academic years. The awards were won for both the Student Research Piece and for the Total Recruitment Campaign, and were given by the Admissions Marketing Report, […]
This year’s freshman class scored high points, not only in entrance exams and grade point averages, but in diversity, according to preliminary numbers recently released by the office of admissions.
The small setting-and-class-size is one reason the University of La Verne attracts more than 1,000 students a year. This year 436 undergraduate students enrolled out of an admitted 1,045 students.
The University of La Verne’s class of 2005 – this year’s freshmen – is the best academic class the University has seen, said ULV Dean of Admissions Lisa Meyer.
My eyes danced back and forth from the verbal analogy in front of me to the seconds ticking away on the clock. I looked around the room at how quickly my peers sat around me, filling in answer bubbles (with what I was sure were only correct answers), while I sat hypnotized at the blur […]
The Office of Admissions believes that “the worst is over” in the University of La Verne’s overcrowding dilemma.
The Office of Admissions has added Stephanie Carlos, representative from the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley area, to its personnel staff.
Debbie Marquez has been named the new Information Systems Specialist in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at University of La Verne for the 1999-2000 academic year.
The freshman class of 1999 is touted as having the highest academic record and test scores in 10 years.