With a budget deficit of approximately $15 million due to the pandemic, and only 25% of housing and dining enrollment enrollment, the University has made financial cuts from numerous areas, while attempting to limit layoffs and furloughs of faculty and staff during these unprecedented times.
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Given the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand that significant changes and sacrifices are necessary to maintain the academic integrity of the University of La Verne, while also ensuring our continued financial stability. That being said, we have serious concerns about the approach that has been taken with this challenge.
The University of La Verne plans to be fully operational by the fall 2020 semester through the implementation of various measures officials hope will provide safety and financial stability moving forward, President Devorah Lieberman announced via email last week.
Lyceum, a program that organizes concerts, recitals, art exhibitions and other events on campus, has been defunded. Its dissolution has been attributed to budgetary issues, partly deriving from a decline in student enrollment for the 2017-18 academic year. Lawrence Potter, dean of the college of arts and sciences, created Lyceum in 2016 as a way […]
Lyceum, a program that served as a hub for collaboration among various arts and humanities programs departments, has suffered a loss of funding as a result of University budget cuts. Not only does this result in the loss of visibility for ULV, but also for the humanities and arts departments.
After the Upland city council announced a budget cut of 41 percent for the Animal Services Department, the Upland Animal Shelter is struggling to stay afloat.
State budget cuts in recent years have caused California public colleges to deny admission to hundreds of thousands of students.
The University of La Verne is the best keep secret. This is a familiar phrase we hear fairly often from faculty and staff across campus, but unfortunately secrets are not always good. The University’s budget is driven by tuition. When enrollment is low, revenue decreases and budget cuts come into play.
The University of La Verne will be implementing budget cuts for the 2008-2009 fiscal year due to a recent decrease in enrollment and other factors affecting revenues.
Unexpectedly low enrollment numbers caused budget constraints for the 2006-2007 academic year.