The Board of Trustees at the University of La Verne approved a budget of $60,625,546 for the 1999-2000 fiscal school year on Saturday.
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Through the idea of John Lentz, director of campus safety and transportation, University of La Verne students, faculty and staff will ride in style in rental vans.
The tuition increase of 2.89 percent, or $450, sounds like the faculty and departments at the University of La Verne will benefit from it. However the truth is that if this budget proposal going to the Board of Trustees on May 8 succeeds, equipment money for different departments and other departmental essentials will inevitably be […]
The budget proposal for the 1999-2000 academic year at the University of La Verne provides for an augmentation in salaries for faculty, administration and staff and includes a tuition increase of about 2.89 percent or $450.
John Lentz, director of campus safety and transportation, and Brian Worley, director of facilities management, are seeking to implement a permit system for parking at the University of La Verne.
Senior management at the University of La Verne turned down a proposal March 12 for a fee that would have been used to upgrade technology.
After the latest delay in the renovation of the Spot became public, it was decided that the University of La Verne will refund the prepaid cash card amounts to those students who have meal plans.
The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. Often it is just seconds, a few ticks of the clock, that separate the winners and the losers. The sport in mind … luge, sprinting, downhill skiing, of course not. The Chariot of Fire in mind is attempting to find a parking space on the University […]
The demolished parking lot at the corner of Bonita Avenue and D Street is tangible evidence that the University of La Verne Bookshoppe will move into the former Wells Fargo Building.
Due to numerous resident complaints, the La Verne City Council approved the designation of about 15 parking spaces along B Street as “preferential parking” areas.