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ULV recognized nationally for social mobility

The University of La Verne is among the very best colleges in the nation when it comes to social mobility, which is marked by movement in education, class and socioeconomic status.

Office reorganization to support career focus

The University of La Verne office of academic advising and career center are combining into one office, with the goal of serving students more thoroughly from choosing majors and classes as well as internships and careers.

New department will champion social justice

A group of University of La Verne faculty members from multiple departments have pushed for the expansion of current social justice courses and the creation of a social justice and solidarity studies department on campus.

Ballot measure could restore voting rights to felons on parole

Voting rights could be restored to people on parole for felony convictions in California through a measure on the Nov. 3 ballot.

University wins $3 million grant for Hispanic Serving Institutions

The University of La Verne was recently awarded with a $3 million Title V grant from the U.S Department of Education for Hispanic Serving Institutions Education. The money will go toward academic support, financial literacy and college-to-career preparation for the student body.

1 in 3 ULV students is food insecure

One in three students at the University of La Verne is not certain where their next meal will come from, according to a survey conducted by five students in the University’s honors program.

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