Loyola Marymount University and Student Success have a variety of opportunities for you to meet other students and to learn how you can get involved and stay connected on LMU's campus.
Student EXP Connect
Student EXP Connect is a collection of all the Fall events that are scheduled with new first-year and transfer students in mind to help you engage with the LMU community right away. Begin your LMU experience today by exploring these exciting opportunities to get involved with on-campus departments, organizations and programs through the LEO portal here.
Academic Resource Center
Looking for additional academic support such as tutoring or writing support? The Academic Resource Center provides different programs for your academic success.
Do you want to become a Research Assistant? Check out your college’s website for more information:
Student Employment Services
Looking for a job? Student Employment Services offers additional resources to finding both on and off campus jobs.
Career and Professional Development
Whether you're looking for an on-campus job or need advice preparing for your career after graduation, Career and Professional Development is designed to help you succeed.
Student Leadership & Development
Check out Student Leadership & Development to learn about the clubs, organizations, and Greek community at LMU.
Passionate about media and entertainment? Learn more about our student radio station (KXLU 88.9 FM), student newspaper (Los Angeles Loyolan), student television station (ROAR Studios) and school newspaper (Tower Yearbook).
Show your Lion Pride by attending ourLMU Athletics games.
Ethnic & Intercultural Services
Want to engage students in dialogue about inclusion, diversity and intersectionality issues? Check out Ethnic & Intercultural Services.
Want to explore your faith? LMU offers different retreat programsto deep your faith in a variety of ways.
Join the largest club at LMU, the Christian Life Community(CLC). Students come together to reflect, pray and share with each other.
Spend your Tuesday convo hour volunteering with Feed the Hungry. At 11:30am, students gather outside the steps of Sacred Heart Chapel to make and pack lunches. At 12:15pm, LMU community members drive to Santa Monica to share lunches with the homeless and hungry.
Check out our student group Hilleland the programs provided by Jewish Student Life.
Check out our, Study Abroad destinations and international and domestic options.
Community service is a large aspect of the LMU community and a great way to give back to our local communities. LMU partners with a number of organizations throughout Los Angeles in need of volunteers.
Center for Service & Action
Family of Schools
Want to volunteer with our local schools in the Westchester area? Learn how to become a student volunteer for the Family of Schools.