It is parents and families that have provided LMU with amazing students that make our work with The Learning Community meaningful. We encourage our prospective parents to speak to your son or daughter about the program in detail.
Resources for Prospective Parents & Families
Visit Join TLC for highlights, program requirements and details.
Parent Pride is LMU's online resource for First Year Parents. Parent Pride features resourceful articles, tips, and other online tools that aid parents in preparing for their student's first year at LMU, how to adjust to college life, how to successfully navigate the first year and so much more.
Information for Parents & Families of Current Students
Welcome to the TLC family and thank you for entrusting your sons and daughters to The Learning Community and essentially Loyola Marymount University. We promise to enrich, empower, and most importantly take care of them. Our program will continue to serve as a resource for your child as they embark on their college journey. One of our proudest moments is watching our TLC students graduate from LMU, a powerful reflection of the young men and women they have become.
For parent specific information we invite you to visit Parent Pride which is LMU's online resource for First Year Parents. Parent Pride features resourceful articles, tips, and other online tools that aid parents in preparing for their student's first year at LMU, how to adjust to college life and how to successfully navigate the first year.
TLC Parent Testimonials
“TLC provided my son an ideal transition from high school to college life. The foundation and resources he received were invaluable. TLC is a major factor in his success at LMU.” - Hon. Irma Brown-Dillon ’70, JD ’73, TLC Parent
"The TLC Program provided my daughter with the tools to succeed in life and to stand with pride and confidence with her beliefs. She felt and currently still feels a sense of family with the LMU community. As a parent, I’m eternally grateful for a program that supported my daughter throughout her four years at the University." – Julia Lopez, TLC Parent