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Posted Sept. 26, 2008

The University of La Verne is in a changing state.

“We're not a small liberal arts college anymore,” Stephen Morgan, University president, said. “Those were our roots.”

Morgan, along with Phil Hawkey, executive vice president, Alden J. Reimonenq, provost, and Homa Shabahang, vice president of enrollment management, hosted a Town Hall Meeting Sept. 18.

Information about current enrollment, budget, semester changes and, building issues and improvements were discussed in the meeting.

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