In a belief that the glory of God is a human being fully alive, we support the University's mission through programs and services to advance student learning.
Jazzman Cafe is one of many places on campus where students gather to study.
In addition to LMU's athletics program, Campus Recreation promotes the education of the whole person by providing the LMU community with programs and services that develop an understanding of physical activity and exercise. We encourage a healthy lifestyle and lifelong interest in recreational activities.
The Burns Recreation Center offers personal training, swim lessons and more.
There are over 140 active clubs and organizations and a Greek community with 15 local chapters. Our students volunteer more than 175,000 service hours a year with 350 community organizations.
Open Mic Night at The Living Room brings out the best talent on campus.
The Student Health Center and Student Psychological Services are open to current students in an effort to make life on campus a safe and healthy experience. In addition to these services, the Fitwell Center offers nutritional guidance and personal fitness assessment.
A booth at the 2011 Health Expo on campus.
Whether you're looking for an on-campus job as a student or need advice preparing for your career after graduation, Career Development Services is designed to help you succeed.
Career Development Services offers career counseling by appointment or drop-in.
Traditional Halls, Suites, Apartments and Theme and Living Learning Communities are home to the many students who live on campus. For those who chose to live off campus, The Off-Campus Student Life office helps students stay connected to campus life.
More than 3,200 students live in 19 residence halls and apartments on campus.
Students at the API Unity Games sponsored by Asian Pacific Student Services.
Your time at LMU should be memorable and rewarding. Our new student programs are designed to make the transition to college life a positive one.
Students participate in a discussion as part of the First Year Retreat.
Check out this incredible, interactive website from The Los Angeles Loyolan that shows off some of the great best parts of Loyola Marymount University.
Watch this video that introduces the Live the Lion's Code, designed to educate the campus community about resources regarding sexual and interpersonal misconduct and prevention.
The LMU men's soccer team was picked as the favorite to win the 2014 WCC title in a preseason poll. Five Lions were chosen for the preseason all-conference team.
Live the Lion's Code is designed to educate LMU about resources, support and policies at the university regarding sexual and interpersonal misconduct and prevention.
Organized by the Center for Service and Action, ServeLA connects incoming First Year students with community service and the non-profit community in Los Angeles. Register today.
This interactive event On Nov. 8 and 9 highlights contemporary issues of oppression. It is designed to introduce participants to the concepts of oppression, privilege and power.