Dedicated to Truth, Value, and Service
The Puritan founders of the colonial colleges helped bring about a transfer of higher learning from the Old World to the New. Their precious veritas those truths which had been handed down from generation to generation would continue because they took up the torch of learning and carried it along.
The founders of the University of La Verne shared this belief in the essential continuity of higher learning through the pursuit of truths rooted in Judeo-Christian ethics; they were truly bearers of the torch of learning. Taking its name from this concept, and dedicated to truth, value, and service, the Veritas Society was created to honor those who have demonstrated their personal dedication to extend and deepen the University's heritage of commitment and leadership into the future by one or more of the following:
- Entering into a life income plan with the University in the form of an annuity or trust.
- Naming the University as a beneficiary in a will, living trust, or life insurance policy.
- Establishing a scholarship endowment at the University.
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