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University of La Verne

Key majors offered
Graduate
Business Administration
Health Administration
Leadership Management
Undergraduate
Accounting
Biology
Business Administration
Communications
Kinesiology
Psychology
Housing Location Type Offers Scholarships Student Population Offers CLA
Available for Undergraduate and Graduate Suburban Yes 8328 (Total) Yes
Degrees Offered Public/Private Institution Type Student Body Student Population
Bachelor, Master Private Doctorate-Granting University Co-educational 600 (International)

Yearly Costs / ELS Level

Living Expenses
Degree Tuition Fees Housing ** Meals OtherExpenses I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds) ELS
Bachelor $$$$ $ $$$ $$ $$$$ 112
Master $ 112
*
 I-20/Visa costs include Tuition, Housing, Meals and all other fees in USD
**
Housing cost may include meals and other expenses to equal Living Expenses
 

Location

The University of La Verne; a four-year, comprehensive, private university, was founded in 1891. This Carnegie 1 Research Institution is located in northeast Los Angeles County in Southern California, just minutes away from Los Angeles, Pasadena and Orange County. La Verne is a vibrant, family-oriented community with a safe, small-town atmosphere that cherishes both its history and its vision for the future. This prime location enables our students to get involved in research projects and internships and take advantage of local cultural, intellectual and recreational resources while based in a safe, quiet and distraction-free environment. The University's mission to provide a people-centered, values-based, quality education has remained unchanged since its founding over 120 years ago. The University is ranked by "Forbes Magazine" among the top 15% of "America's Best Colleges" and a "U.S. News and World Report" Tier One National University. La Verne offers over 50 undergraduate majors and over 15 graduate degree programs. Nestled in the green foothills of the majestic San Gabriel Mountains, the University is just a short excursion away from world-class surfing beaches, challenging ski slopes and desert recreation areas. The location of the campus makes visits to renowned museums, cultural events, amusement parks and shopping centers easy. Average Temperatures Low (winter): 55°F/13°C High (summer): 75°F/24°C

Housing


The Office of Housing & Residential Life supports, enhances and empowers all students living in University residential facilities. Residential Life values and respects the diversity that each person brings to the residential community.

Residential Life is committed to offering friendly and welcoming service. It also provides a positive living and learning environment by maintaining well-kept facilities, offering educational/ co-curricular programs, and providing competent staff committed to connecting with all the students served.

Students may apply for housing after confirming their attendance

Student life

Students who want to become active and get to know others who are interested in similar types of co-curricular activities can join one of the 80+ active student clubs and organizations on campus. Categories of clubs include: academic, business, cultural, governing, Greek and special interest. These groups offer students a chance to network with faculty, staff, classmates and community members who have similar interests and experiences.

Some academic and business organizations are either closely affiliated with academic areas at the University of La Verne and/or have national professional affiliation. Student organizations are an integral part of the student life on campus and reflect the diverse interests and activities of our student community.