University of La Verne is a private university which was established in La Verne, California in the year 1891 about 35miles east of Los Angeles. University of La Verne’s campus size is 66 acres. University of La Verne also has regional campuses in Bakersfield, Burbank, Irvine, Ontario, Oxnard, Victorville.
University of La Verne consists of 4 colleges: College of Arts & Science, College of Business and Public Management, College of Education, College of Law. The most popular majors at University of La Verne include: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Social Sciences, Psychology and Education. University of La Verne offers over 70 undergraduate programs, and the university follows a 4-1-4 semester academic calendar.
University of La Verne has over 8,000 students and out of that over 5,000 are taking an undergraduate program. The student to faculty ratio in the university is 14:1. The university’s acceptance rate is 47% and the percentage of students granted with financial aid is 99%.
US news ranked the University 8th among private institutions in California and 18th overall in the state in its 2017 Best College Rankings
Notable Alumni: Ross Mathews (Host of Fox's Hollywood Today Live), Vernard Eller (Author and Christian pacifist), Darren Kavinoky (Motivational Speaker)
University of La Verne Programs
University of La Verne Application Requirements
University of La Verne Cost of studies
Bachelors: $ 43,004
Fees vary for each program. Please visitthe program page for specific fees.
University of La Verne Deadlines
Undergraduate: Fall-February 1, Spring-December 1
Graduate: Deadlines vary for each program.
Deadlines vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.