There are nine exhibits currently featured on the University of La Verne campus:
Smiley, our saber-toothed cat from the La Brea Tar Pits is permanently installed on the second floor of the Michael and Sara Abraham Campus Center.
Our architectural features of the original Lordsburg College building may be viewed in the foyer of the La Fetra Lecture Hall
An exhibit on "The Tarahumara: Masters of Sustainability of Repurposed Materials" is viewable on the 2nd floor of Mainiero Hall, our Science and Education Building
"Butterflies, Beetles and Bugs" an exhibit featuring beautiful specimens from our Entomology collection is showcased at the top of the stairs in Mainiero Hall.
Next to our Butterflies, Beetles and Bugs installation, at the top of the stairs in Mainiero Hall, is our “Birds of California” display featuring century-old specimens taxidermied by former Lordsburg College students.
Our latest installation, in collaboration with the La Verne Chapter of SACNAS, features women of color in the sciences. SACNAS (Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science), is a national society that fosters the success of minority scientists and students and seeks to improve and expand opportunities for minorities in the scientific workforce and academia. This may be viewed on the 3rd floor of Mainiero Hall.
A portion of our impressive collection of marine invertebrates donated by M.E. Dunn, “Shells of the Oceans,” is on permanent display in the northwest corner of Mainiero Hall.
“Gifts From Our Alumni (1891-2017); Representing Lordsburg Academy, Lordsburg College, La Verne College and the University of La Verne” is featured inside the display case outside of the President’s office in Founders Hall.