University of La Verne College of Law Federal School Code: 001216
Unsatisfied documents can delay the disbursement of your Financial Aid, so you should never ignore requests for information from our office. In some cases, a missing information letter may have been generated and mailed before we received and processed new documents. In other cases, you may believe we have asked for something in error. Either submit the requested information or contact Stephanie Stovall in the Office of Financial Aid by phone at (909) 460-2006 or by e-mail at email@example.com to clarify the request.
Book Authorizations are available to all students whose financial aid exceeds the cost of their tuition and fees. This process is coordinated between the Bookstore and the Office of Student Accounts.
Veterans Administration Benefits.
Students who meet the definition of a “veteran” may be eligible for Veterans Administration (VA) benefits. Students wishing to receive VA benefits at the College of Law should contact the Registrar at the time of registration in order to complete the necessary paperwork. The College of Law Registrar, Colleen Murray, can be reached by phone at (909) 460-2010, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Veterans Administration requires all entering veterans to be formally admitted to the University before becoming eligible to receive VA benefits. All prior transcripts and military documents must be received and evaluated by the Office of the Registrar prior to the second semester of attendance. Once veterans have been admitted and evaluated, they must notify the certifying official of their program each term or semester of enrollment.
To maintain eligibility, veterans must successfully complete all units enrolled. Veterans who fail to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress for two semesters (or three terms) will be disqualified and will have their benefits terminated. For an explanation of grading policy contact the Registrar’s Office.
The address listed on your financial aid award notification is the address the Office of Financial Aid will use to contact you. Please review the address to ensure it is accurate. If you change your address, please go online and update your records through MyLaVerne.
The University of La Verne Registrar’s Office reports enrollment for all students attending school through the National Clearing House. However, if you are notified that you have a loan that is not in a deferred status while you are attending the College of Law you should contact the Registrar’s Office for assistance.