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After rocky start, physician’s assistant program set to end

The University of La Verne has ceased all new enrollment for the master of science physician assistant practice program in anticipation of a Jan. 1, 2025, program end.

Adjuncts emphasize need for contracts

The Faculty Senate on Monday unanimously approved a resolution to support the University’s adjunct faculty, who are hoping the University will transition them from hourly pay via a timecard system to contracts, or per-class flat rate pay. 

Three-year calendar proposal would streamline planning

The University of La Verne is in the process of adopting a new three-year calendar plan that administrators hope streamline planning and help the school run more efficiently.

Faculty concerned about lack of urgency to fill open positions

Faculty in programs across the University have raised concerns about the dramatic loss of full-time faculty, the University’s failure to retain many of its full-time faculty, and the slow pace and procedure for replacing faculty who have left. 

University expects 2.9% tuition increase for ’24-’25

The University of La Verne’s Board of Trustees is scheduled to meet today to make a decision today on a 2.9% tuition increase for the 2024-2025 academic year.

Business program prepares students for the future

The University of La Verne College of Business’s integrated business program offers students the opportunity to create a business plan, make their own company, obtain adequate funding, and sell their products with all proceeds going to local charities. 

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