In 1922, the first bulletin proclaimed that students would "learn to render effective service." And ever since, students have discovered ways to act out their Christian faith at La Sierra University. In 1967, Loma Linda University recognized their excellent undergraduate programs as they joined them to form a two-campus University.
Designated an arboretum by the State of California, La Sierra's lush 100-acre campus is located in Riverside, about 50 miles from Los Angeles.
The College of Arts and Sciences and the Schools of Business and Management, Education and Religion offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees. A comprehensive curriculum prepares students for success in their chosen careers and in post-graduate study. Also noteworthy is La Sierra's University Studies program--an exciting interdisciplinary approach to general education.
The University is located in Riverside County, and has a total enrollment of about 1500.
Student housing is available for 627.