There are a variety of ways to become involved with the University of La Verne Alumni Association. There are leadership opportunities and alumni affinity groups, or you can assist your fellow Leos with advice about careers. You can also recruit new students for the University of La Verne by becoming an Admissions Ambassador, or share your civic engagement story with the community through our Citizen Alumni Initiative. Last but not least, share news on your recent accomplishments, or volunteer at an alumni event!
The Alumni Advisory Board is the leadership group for the University of La Verne Alumni Association, and works closely with the Office of Alumni Relations to support and engage alumni of the four colleges and assorted campuses. The mission of the Alumni Advisory Board is to support the University and its goals by promoting life-long friendships and connections with past, present, and future students, building on those values developed within each person and enhancing the University's reputation as an outstanding institution of higher learning.
An Alumni Affinity Group is any group of alumni having a common interest of affiliation, whether through degree, major, ethnicity, geographic region, athletic or student club involvement. The ultimate purpose of Alumni Affinity Groups is to support the University, its goals, and its core values, Groups may focus on a variety of activities, including life-long learning, social or business networking, family friendly activities, or civic engagement.
Are you willing to share your career path with students and fellow alumni? As a University of La Verne graduate and successful working professional, you have valuable insights in your career field that can be of great help to those starting or transitioning in their professions. We encourage you to register for our Career Information Network.
The University of La Verne has partnered with Citizen Alum, a national initiative that counters the image of alumni as primarily donors with a vision of them as doers. Alumni are allies in education - crucial partners in building multigenerational communities of active citizenship and learning. We know you're engaged in your community, so submit you story today and share with us how you are living out the University's mission.
The Office of Admission is looking for interested volunteers to serve as Alumni Ambassadors for the University of La Verne. La Verne alumni are a great resource for prospective students, answering questions and assisting the Office of Admission to maintain a presence at the local level. There are a variety of ways alumni can get involved, with the time commitment being as small as one evening a year!
Share your accomplishments and see what fellow alumni are up to these days by submitting a Leo Line. We have a gift for all Little Leos and newlyweds, and want to cherish the legacies of those no longer with us.