Key members of the University of La Verne faculty and city officials cut a leopard print ribbon to celebrate the opening of the newly completed Citrus Hall dormitory and The Spot dining hall on Sept. 6.
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The Randell Lewis Center for Wellness and Research is expected to open in fall 2019 at the University of La Verne campus; this $7 million project will be dedicated to research, wellness and healthy lifestyles for students, faculty and community members.
The University held a ground-breaking last week for the Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement – which will be housed in a renovated and expanded version of Brandt Hall dormitory.
President Devorah Lieberman gave the State of the University address last Friday in the Campus Center Ballroom as part of Friday Focus, a series of monthly meetings that discuss specific topics about the University.
The University of La Verne has reached its “2020 Strategic Vision” fundraising goal of a $100 million endowment. But fundraising efforts have not offset the financial problems caused by the sudden dip in enrollments this academic year at the tuition dependent University.
From too many students being packed into a classroom, to some courses not having a room at all, this semester’s room assignments do not suit the needs of students and professors.
The renovation of Brandt Hall and the demolition of the Interfaith Chapel will make way for the construction of the new Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement expected to open Fall of 2019.
The University of La Verne administration is considering plans to convert Davenport Dining Hall into a new health and wellness center.
Carpenter Pedro Duarte works with concrete on the second floor of the new residence hall Monday. Bernards Builders, the Southern California construction company is doing the work on the new residence hall and dining hall, just south of C and Second streets.
Roughly 100 faculty and staff members filled the Campus Center Ballroom A for the spring State of the University address and wine and cheese reception Thursday.