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University of La Verne
Private school
Ontario, CA

Cost of Attendance and Debt at University of La Verne

We no longer update information about La Verne because of one or more of the following reasons:

  • The school merged with another school
  • The school closed
  • The school lost its ABA accreditation

Published cost of attendance (2022-23 AY)

Tuition & fees $32,828
Cost of living in Ontario, CA Includes books and living expenses $30,812

The average rate of increase for tuition & fees at University of La Verne over the last 5 years is 1.8% per year.

This school guarantees tuition stability for three years. Note that the "fees" portion of "tuition & fees" may change, but our projections assume they will not.

For this school's part-time tuition, please check the part-time tab above.

Year-over-year tuition change

Discount summary

paid full price in 2018-19

Discounts for the 17.1%

25th percentile
50th percentile
75th percentile

A 50th percentile discount (scholarship) of $2.5k means that half of the full-time students with a discount (17.1% of full-time students) paid at least $2,500 less than the full price of $32,828.

Discount breakdown

This school does not offer conditional scholarships. More information.

Personal debt projection

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Projected debt tables

Interest rates
Treasury rate 1.68%
Direct rate 5.28%
Direct PLUS rate 6.28%
Cost inflation
Cost of living 2%
Tuition 1.8%
Price starting points
Cost of living $31,428
Tuition $33,419

Reading guide

The following table uses the above assumptions to estimate debt under 30 scenarios on the table. The first scenario—the top-left cell—reflects no tuition discount and borrowing the maximum amount for cost of living ($31,428). Move right across the row to see the impact of a larger tuition discount on borrowing, ending with a full-tuition discount. The right-most column reflects a student who pays $0 in tuition each year. Each additional row reflects annual cost of living savings. Using the final column as an example, the top-right cell reflects borrowing the maximum amount for cost of living. The cell below it reflects 5% savings per year. The bottom row reflects a student who spends 25% less than the maximum amount for cost of living.

These figures reflect no early loan payments, the standard six-month grace period post-graduation, and interest. We assume scholarship amounts remain constant and do not scale with tuition increases (except for 100% tuition scholarships). We do, however, assume that the percent under the school's estimated cost of living scales with annual increases.

Hover over a debt-financed price to see monthly payments and cumulative payments over the life of the loans.

Debt at repayment (full-time)

0%$0/y 5%$1,671/y 10%$3,342/y 25%$8,355/y 50%$16,709/y 100%$33,419/y
-0%$31,428 $227,460 $221,564 $215,669 $197,984 $168,510 $109,566
-5%$29,857 $221,810 $215,914 $210,019 $192,334 $162,859 $103,916
-10%$28,285 $216,156 $210,261 $204,367 $186,682 $157,209 $98,262
-25%$23,571 $199,204 $193,308 $187,413 $169,731 $140,255 $81,310
-50%$15,714 $170,949 $165,054 $159,159 $141,474 $111,999 $53,804