- 4 Year
- LA VERNE, CA
- Academicsgrade B minus
- Valuegrade B minus
- Diversitygrade B
- Campusgrade A minus
- Athleticsgrade C+
- Party Scenegrade B minus
- Professorsgrade B
- Locationgrade B+
- Dormsgrade A minus
- Campus Foodgrade B+
- Student Lifegrade B+
- Safetygrade A minus
University of La Verne is a nonprofit, private university that has helped students pursue their passions and achieve success since 1891.
With an average class size of 16 and student-to-faculty ratio of 12:1, you will be on a first-name basis with your professors. Small classes allow for meaningful discussions and personalized learning opportunities.
The La Verne Experience
Because a high-quality education goes beyond academics, La Verne provides a rich variety of campus activities to help you build community. Live on campus, make lifelong friends, participate in one of our 70-plus student clubs, or compete on one of our 18 NCAA athletic teams.
Southern California Advantage
Live and study at the edge of one of the most vibrant metropolises in the world. Our campus is in a tight-knit community nestled in the picturesque foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, just 35 miles from Los Angeles.
University of La Verne Rankings
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Will You Get In?
Most Popular Majors
- Business448 Graduates
- Liberal Arts and Humanities156 Graduates
- Psychology105 Graduates
- Physical Education Teaching and Coaching77 Graduates
- Criminology55 Graduates
- Biology50 Graduates
- Communications44 Graduates
- Child Development40 Graduates
- Accounting38 Graduates
- Public Administration25 Graduates
Beginning in fall 2023, incoming freshman students will have the option to take two years of pre-nursing coursework in preparation for a competitive application to two years of nursing school, culminating in a four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The pre-nursing program is not a major, so students should declare a complementary major.
- Mix of Online and on Campus0%
- On Campus0%
- Helpful diverse and self-driven33%
- Beyond kind2%
- Small but diverse community based school52%
University of La Verne Reviews
Dorms were nice, but again, expensive. Meal plans are mandatory. You'd need to apply ASAP to pick your preferred spot (only undergraduates, new students are placed).
My final advise: research on financial aid, locations, tuition costs before saying yes.