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Bob Bland
· September 22, 2017
I am very proud and honored that I have recently completed my last class at this exceptional University. As a CAPA student, finding the time to attend and complete homework was quite challenging at ti...mes.

Thankfully I had the best network of supporters cheering me on to completion! I could always count on my family and friends, instructors, but one person in particular, Ms. Patti Noreen, my advisor. Due to her direction, guidance, and friendship, I was able to dig deep and will graduate with a Degree in Organizational Management and a concentration in Human Resources!

To anyone who is thinking about attending the University of La Verne, I strongly urge you to go for it! This will be the best decision you could ever make. How could you go wrong with exceptional instructors, advisors, and fellow students all cheering you on to graduation?
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Samuel C. Griffin
· January 14, 2018
I am eternally thankful to have had an education at this quaint, private institution! The program at the main campus is very well coordinated, and the staff are helpful when you are unsure of what to do.
Becky Ingle
· January 4, 2018
I attended the Bakersfield extension and it was the most poorly run, exhausting, and discouraging experience of my life. They hire incompetent teachers and admit incapable students. I am not Run away. Run far far away. See More
Ron Hurst
· August 31, 2017
I love ULV. Not much more can be said, one of the best educational experiences I have ever had. Love the campus, love the faculty (CBPM) so glad to be alumni from this school
Simon Bouie
· October 17, 2016
The University of La Verne has had a more profound impact on me than any entity or organization has had upon me during my life. I can say with complete honesty, without reservation or hesitation and w...ith a clear conscience that I am not embellishing what I know to be true and is the fact that I would not be the person that I am today, I would not have the perspective on the world that I do, I would not do what I do for a living, I would not have achieved what I have and I would not have many of the friends that are most dear to me had I not made the choice to attend ULV.

I have yet to find the words that appropriately express how much this institution means to me. I've yet to find the words that appropriately convey the extent of my gratitude to the University and to the professors and staff that shaped and molded me into the man I would ultimately become and still inspires and drives me to continue working on becoming the man that I strive to be.

The University of La Verne is a special place that affords its students the opportunity to do as much as they are willing to work to achieve. It will give to you what you put into it and if you allow it, it can be a magical, impactful and life changing chapter of any students life.

Thanks to the University for what it has done for me and for the lifetime of positive memories and relationships it has provided me that still bring me joy.

Proud to be a Leo yesterday, today and forever.
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Skyler Verloop
· June 9, 2016
I am really hoping the university changes its decision to close the Women's tennis team. For a school that says it strives for equality it seems to be going backwards. Going off this years data the sc...hool does not look equal. Out of the 18 remaining athletic teams that will compete next year, there are only 4 female coaches. Not to mention the huge disparity of male athletes to female athletes. If you count the amount of players listed on the rosters for each team there are 283 male athletes and 157 female athletes. (This is not including women's tennis or athletes that play both sports). So next year there will be about twice as many male athletes as female athletes at La Verne even though females make up 57% of the student population. See More
Lynn Francisco Casella
· October 16, 2016
Visited campus for 40 year celebration of the founding of the Communications Dept. It was a time to see professors and friends, enjoy hors'deurves, a slide show, a presidential welcome and a group Food was great; George Keeler was as animated as usual and I'm thinking of donating to the Dr. Esther Davis Scholarship Fund, because she was my counselor in my MA in Communications degree. But, I didn't know she drove around her black Caddy to pick up her department instructors to drive around and set them on the right track when needed. She always seemed to set me on the right track. Party favors were thumb drives, pens, pads, LaVerne Magazine and newspaper editions plus a nice white university notepad. We had fun! See More
Ron Sillo
· July 30, 2017
I'm not so sure I would have made it through any other college, especially with my major in chemistry. It was an important combination of teachers, students and personal help, now and then, that made... an important difference.

I wounder if those same factors are there, but it's sure worth your consideration.
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Ruth Rivera
· September 30, 2016
I am proud to be a University of La Verne student. The professors there are good. They have helped me grow and have helped me come out of my shell. My counselor is awesome. She has been there f...or me since day one. I will continue in my endeavors and take what I have learned with me. Go leopards! See More
Henry Sauceda
· October 30, 2016
Many thanks to the organizers of the 2016 Latino Education Access & Development (LEAD) Conference this pasted Saturday, October 29, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM and to the U La Verne for hosting my da...ughter and her pal Sierra Cohn. They both attended the Middle School Students/Groups to learn about the A-G college entrance minimums, T zones in the classroom, and other helpful advise. Averi & Sierra loved that it was in our backyard. They missed the Aztec dancer due to a soccer game but did enjoy lunch in the courtyard with DJ providing entertainment. We appreciate your efforts and applaud your good will. See More
Tracy Lee
· June 21, 2017
The University (once La Verne College) had an impact in ways that were not measurable simply by the degrees we earned. We grew up there. That was important back then. It should still be. Plus, we ...earned our degrees and had the opportunity to begin our careers... See More
Billie Guerrero
· August 29, 2017
The professors are amazing in the anthropology department! The level of expertise is astounding.
Mike Digger
· April 8, 2017
Overpriced and lame. We had one teacher for five of our classes who simply stated the obvious. There were some good teachers for sure. But the communication with main campus left us feeling out in the... cold and over billed. See More
Vonetta Harris
· June 14, 2017
The University of La Verne is a beautiful campus. The faculty and staff are supportive and knowledgeable. The educational and social environments are top notch.
Dawn Gerardo
· April 11, 2015
I am so proud to have gone and still going to ULV both as an alum and as a graduate student! It makes me proud to represent an institution that challenges you on an academic and professional level, so... we can succeed in life! Go Leos! See More
James Saylor
· December 9, 2016
The University of LA VERNE is educational establishment that has stood the test of time . The Alumni and the stakeholders who stand firmly behind the university and it's educational prowess are all pr...oud upstanding products of this well grounded peaceful and studious institution. See More
George G. Woo
· January 30, 2016
Honored to be doing my fourth commencement as the keyboardist/accompanist at ULV. Drop by my piano and say 'hi' after the second or third sessions today if you're attending or graduating!
Cory Cruz
· October 16, 2016
One of the best decisions I've ever made. The faculty and staff are amazing, and our fearless leader President Devorah Lieberman is leading the University in a remarkable direction.
Ramesh Romiee
· June 30, 2016
I love la Vern university , staff are very friendly and helpful. And great thing is silk eye brow threading- Pamona gives a free eyebrow threading services to la Vern student.. That's really cool.
Dan Sawyer
· July 21, 2017
best education opportunity in southern california!

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The Center for Neurodiversity, Learning, and Wellness invites you to join us for the 2nd Annual Neurodiversity Symposium on Sunday, April 8, 2018. The topic for the symposium will be "Holistic Perspectives on Reading Disorders." Visit the link below to register and for additional information.

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University of La Verne Winter Commencement 2017
Welcome home, Leos!

A quick reminder: this photography exhibit will be ending in a couple of days. If you haven't had a chance to stop by, make sure to take some time to do so before Friday.

Delicate shreds of fabric caught in barbed wire fences take on a new significance in light of the photographer’s personal loss.

You're invited to ShowCASE Day! Join us today from 11 am - 1 pm in the Campus Center Ballroom as we celebrate the Arts, Scholarship, and Engagement of the faculty, staff, and administration at the University of La Verne.

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The 2018 Scholarship Gala is just TWO weeks away! Have you registered yet for this great event? Click the link for more information. #2018ScholarshipGala #LeosForLife 🐆

"When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful." - Malala Yousafzai

The University of La Verne will begin offering a Master of Science in Athletic Training degree program, with classes beginning this summer. The program will prepare students in the prevention, examination, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions for physically active people.

The University of La Verne will begin offering a Master of Science in Athletic Training degree program, with classes beginning this summer.

Join us this Sunday evening for a Lyceum Signature Event with Michael Ryan. This concert will feature music inspired by the passionate flair of the Spanish guitar, including nuevo flamenco music, dance, and songs. You won’t want to miss this fabulous array of guitars, flute, bass, percussion and vocals performing “Gypsy Passion!”

Michael Ryan is an Instructor of Music at the University of La Verne, teaching guitar classes, private guitar, guitar ensemble and songwriting.

‪Happy #InternationalWomensDay! We have events scheduled throughout the month of March, designed to inspire, encourage, and foster reflection. We hope you can join us!‬

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Don’t forget that this giveaway is only a couple of weeks away! There are limited tickets remaining for the Toyota Car Drawing. All proceeds go directly towards student scholarships.

The University of La Verne invites you to participate in the opportunity drawing for a 2017 Toyota Prius Prime Premium! Purchase a $100 ticket today for an opportunity to win. Limited to 500 tickets, increase your odds by purchasing multiple tickets. Proceeds collected will go directly towards stu.....

"With our help, he will be able to travel 13 miles to Rosarito, a major tourist city nearby, and increase his sales by nearly 200 percent because of the time and energy he will be saving." - Dr. Issam Ghazzawi, professor of management and Enactus adviser.

Salvador, a Mexican street vendor, pushed a stroller filled with tamales, burritos, and fish three miles into town each day to earn enough money to sustain his family.

"Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"One of our goals is to ensure that early childhood educators understand development well enough to make informed decisions when it comes to children." - Dr. Lisa Looney, Associate Professor of Child Development and chair of the child development master’s program.

College Choice has ranked the University of La Verne’s Master of Science in Child Development program as No. 1 in California and No. 9 in the nation.

Make plans now for the 2018 Scholarship Gala!

The 2018 Scholarship Gala is right around the corner! Save the date for March 24th. Click for more information on how to support student scholarships through this great event. #leosforlife #scholarshipgala

The University of La Verne will host a grand evening filled with generosity and gratitude during its annual Scholarship Gala on March 24, 2018. Join us as we celebrate our student’s successes and university’s milestones.

The Center for Neurodiversity invites you to join us for the 2nd Annual Neurodiversity Symposium on Sunday, April 8, 2018. Please visit to register and for additional information.