As the University of La Verne is growing, the departments on campus are growing as well. As a result, their individual facilities are in need of expansion to accommodate their own needs and therefore need larger facilities in order to do so.
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Although University of La Verne building projects are approximately on target, they have run into unexpected difficulties, which have increased the cost more than expected.
The automatic glass doors of the University of La Verne College of Law, located in Ontario, opened up to students for the first time on Jan. 2.
The new Hoover Building plans are underway, and will have, as one of its tenants, the Behavioral Science Department, hosting psychology, sociology, anthropology, and then graduate programs. The Campus Accelerated Program for Adults (CAPA) program, as well as the office of John Gingrich, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, will also be among […]
Next September, the Hoover Building will become the new home to the Behavioral Science department, CAPA and John Gingrich, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. A decision process will then take place to determine which departments will be moving into the empty spaces in Founders Hall.
In an effort to solve the problem of limited classroom space, seven modules were constructed in the University Mall this summer. The modules, adjacent to the Hoover Building are officially called the Hoover Annex.
The city of Ontario officially welcomed the University of La Verne on Tuesday at a ceremony to begin remodeling the building which will soon house ULV’s College of Law.
Discussion continues among members of the University of La Verne Space Committee as the group strives to reach a consensus over which department will move into the Hoover Building once the College of Law relocates to Ontario.