As students struggle with COVID-19, a critical election year and uncertainty for their future, mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety among this age group are, not surprisingly, on the rise.
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January and winter term classes will be all online, and spring 2020 graduation, which had been postponed with the hope that graduates could return for a live event, will also be online in January 2021 as will the event for January 2021 graduates, President Devorah Lieberman announced this week by email.
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne held a virtual Town Hall Wednesday night featuring numerous University officials to address student concerns pertaining to the coronavirus pandemic, the current status of online education, and the upcoming academic school year.
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.
Roughly 20 University of La Verne leaders gathered on April 16 for a virtual Associated Students of ULV Town Hall via WebEx to discuss topics pertaining to the global coronavirus pandemic and what the future of the University looks like.
Effective April 1, Juan Regalado is now the University of La Verne’s chief student affairs officer after his former position as dean of students.
University of La Verne students will receive reimbursements this month for services and activities that were canceled following campus closures for the COVID-19 pandemic. Those who had been living on campus dorms should receive roughly $4,000 for unused meal plans plus the remaining balance for dorm room rentals.
To help students who are facing financial challenges amid the COVID-19 crisis, the University has created a student emergency fund, with donations by the broader University of La Verne community, with a matching fund from an anonymous donor.
In an attempt at keeping students safe while slowing the spread of COVID-19, the University of La Verne – with Universities across the state and nation – has fully transitioned to online courses and taken additional steps to either cancel or postpone all University sponsored events.
The University of La Verne will transition all classes to online only effective Monday through April 12, according to a campus-wide email sent out Wednesday. This is in response to the coronavirus.