The University of La Verne’s physician assistant program has received provisional accreditation through the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant. “The ARC-PA is one of the most difficult accreditations for universities to receive,” Provost Jonathan Reed said. “It is an extremely difficult and thorough process, and the evaluation is very strict.” The […]
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The University of La Verne has raised more than $82 million in gifts and pledges toward its comprehensive fundraising campaign “Create the Future.”
Organizers of Spring Commencement this month announced the change of location for Spring 2018 Commencement, from Citizens Business Bank Arena to Campus West.
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 […]
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.
University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman said she looks forward to participating in California Gov. Jerry Brown’s Education Leaders Roundtable to represent the private University sector via the Governor’s invitation.
Senior sociology major Taylor Payne expressed her concerns about diversity and inclusivity for black students and faculty during the Student Town Hall Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
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.
A mural on the Second Street side of Wilson Library represents the University’s mission of having a supportive, diverse and inclusive environment, where students of all backgrounds benefit from sharing their life experiences and viewpoints with other students, staff and faculty.