University of La Verne Reviews
The Sociology program at University of La Verne was an amazing program. Class sizes were relatively small, with classes within your major with roughly 5-20 students (dependent on the class). Faculty were friendly and accommodating. Faculty also held weekly office hours and were responsive to emails. The campus is located roughly 30 miles from the hustle and bustle of down town Los Angeles in a small and quiet community. The campus is small, modern updates and offers great programs.
The University of La Verne is a great small feel private institution that tries their best to appeal to all students. Accepting a number of different students each year from a variety of different communities, ULV will make sure all the students feel like a family.
The University of La Verne has given me the best undergraduate career I would of ever expected or ever thought I could have. It is definitely a hidden gem, with the close knit community, the small classrooms, and the amazing resources and staff that are there to help. I received help from faculty and staff no matter what I needed even if they weren't in my field I was able to get support and help from everyone. I would definitely recommend visiting campus if you're considering completing your bachelors degree at La Verne!
University of La Verne's journalism program gets you ready for a career in the field right away. By offering participation in newspaper and magazine production, as well as radio and TV by having their own communication channels, you are able to gather enough experience to go out and hit the ground running as soon as you graduate. Excellent hands-on programs and instruction.
I loved my time at the University of La Verne! The faculty in the psychology department is very knowledgeable and willing to help with any questions you may have. There are so many resources available and since the campus is small students are always willing to help each other!
The University of La Verne is a wonderful, quint, highly-regarded educational institution located in La Verne, California. I was a collegiate tennis player there, and graduated with honors. The average class size is that of 30, which leaves a lot of room to interact with the professors, ask questions, and pick their brain on concepts. The staff are all extremely helpful, especially when it comes to graduating. I had an excellent experience at the university, and I know that you will too!
Overall, the University of La Verne is a great learning institution. Although it is diverse when it comes to ethnicity, the university does not offer programs that match that diversity. There are very few majors that focus on the different ethnic groups in the university and a very small multicultural center. However, the university's staff and faculty do everything in their power in order to guarantee student success. The sociology department was always very open and students were allowed to express their opinions without fear or persecution. The student clubs and organizations were also very open to help students feel comfortable on campus. The university also held various events to ensure that the students' mental health was priority. I am a very proud graduate of ULV and would recommend applying for graduating seniors and transferstudents.
Being able to use the University of La Verne's satellite on-base campuses has been extremely beneficial to my future endeavors. The Universities Core Values sre exemplified through their instructors and curriculum! Highly recommended for all degrees!
My college experience and degree program was good. The campus is small, which makes it easy to go from one class to another. Not to mention that the police department is located right on the campus, which adds security and peace of mind. The professors in both departments were accessible to the students. The professors all possess the knowledge of the subject they teach.The classes are small, which makes it easy to interact with the professor as well as the students. There are many clubs and activities that students can be part of.
Your experience at the University of La Verne will vary depending on the extra curricular activities you decide to participate in. Being in a sport at the school is very demanding; sometimes I had more hours of practice than class. Although time consuming, the friends you make are lifelong. I study Kinesiology at the school, there are 2 pathways- athletic training and a general kinesiology for those who want to become P.As, P.Ts, etc. I'm in the general pathway but regret it deeply. The athletic training pathway is a much more rigorous and much more in depth learning of the human body; for those who want to do physical therapy I would highly recommend taking the athletic training path to better prepare you for graduate school.