Phone: (310) 338-5808
Fax: (310) 645-5128
Office: Malone Student Center 201
APSS Office Hours
Asian Pacific Student Services (APSS) was established in 1980 as a result of the advocacy efforts of the Asian Pacific Student Association (APSA). APSA started as a coalition of students whose identity transcended any one particular Asian group. For several years, APSA provided support services for first year Asian students. They also sponsored cultural events & workshops. As the number of Asian Pacific American students at LMU increased, the needs of the community began to outweigh APSA's ability to provide necessary services. The University responded to APSA's request in 1980 be creating Asian Pacific Student Services and hiring its first, full-time professional director. Asian American and Pacific Islander students comprise approximately 13%of undergraduates at LMU.
Asian Pacific Student Services engages the intercultural community at Loyola Marymount University in the issues, cultures and experiences of the Asian Pacific Americans through advocacy, community building, education, resources, programming and the development of leaders. APSS aims to raise social consciousness by cultivating individuals to have an open and developing understanding of Asian Pacific Americans and the larger global community.
- To advocate on behalf of the Asian Pacific American campus community.
- To develop transformational leaders within the Asian Pacific American Community.
- To raise awareness among and about the Asian Pacific American Community.
- To celebrate Asian and Pacific Islander cultural heritage.
- To build sense a community among Asian Pacific Americans at LMU.
- To serve as a source of intercultural and cross cultural educational programming for the entire LMU campus community.
Meet the Staff
Director, Aristotle Mosier
Aristotle Mosier is the Director of Asian Pacific Student Services. He cames to LMU from California Lutheran University where he oversaw the Student Leadership and Programs Unit, consisting of the Community Service Center, Recreational Sports, Wellness, and Student Involvement. Mr. Mosier has over ten years of student affairs experience working in residence life, student activities, career services and academic advising. He has a passion for mentoring college students, diversity and social justice work.
Mr. Mosier earned his M.A. in Higher Education Administration from Kent State University and his B.A. from the University of Akron in Political Science. Mr. Mosier is a member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) and Jesuit Association of Student Personnel Administrators (JASPA).