Phone: (310) 338-5808
Office: Malone Student Center 201
CLSS Office Hours
Established in 1965, Chicano Latino Student Services (CLSS) educates the campus about Latina/o issues and the ethnic diversity represented within the community. CLSS provides culturally sensitive programs that foster and promote leadership, academic and personal success of Latino/a students, as well as student advocacy, personal support, assistance for Latina/o student groups and LMU programming.
Chicano Latino Student Services works to foster and enhance the academic and personal success of Latina/o students. In addition, it strives to educate the campus about Latina/o issues and the ethnic diversity represented within the community.
Director of Chicano/a Latino/a Student Services
Claudio Rodriguez is the director of Chicano/a Latino/a Student Services in EIS and serves as as a resident minister in Rosecrans Hall. He brings more than 10 years of experience mentoring students, supervising staff, designing programs, and cultivating community relations. He has a demonstrated passion for supporting underserved student populations and is committed to their development and success. Claudio was born and raised in Mexico City and immigrated to the U.S. to pursue a college education. He is currently working on a doctorate in education focused on organization and leadership, mainly working with supporting the Latinx, Chicano, and Hispanic student populations. Claudio started working for LMU about three years ago and knows it was the best career decision because of LMU’s Jesuit values and excellent community support. He is also a resident minister in Rosecrans Hall in the first-year area, where he supports staff and students spiritually.