University Copyright Policy
It is the intent of Loyola Marymount University that all members of the University community adhere to the provisions of the United States Copyright Law (Title 17, United States Code, Section 101, et seq.). Loyola Marymount University is not required to defend an individual who knowingly fails to comply with the University's copyright policy and guidelines. The Library and Information Technology Services will not duplicate or distribute any material that is known or suspected not to meet the requirements of copyright law. The University expects those using the materials to be familiar with and comply with copyright law and the University's guidelines.
Copyright Notice to Users of LMU.EDU
All work created and posted on the site is copyrighted and may not be reproduced without explicit written permission from the Web, New Media + Design. The information presented on our site comes from a variety of sources, including not only official LMU departments, but also unofficial sources and individuals. Such works include, but are not limited to, textual materials, graphics, and photographic images. These pages may also contain material in which the copyright is held by the creator or someone to whom he/she has assigned the copyright. Use of these materials is limited to personal study, teaching, and research. They may not be reproduced in multiple copies or for further distribution without the permission of the owner.
The university is committed to the responsible use of information collected from its Web presence, LMU.edu. To safeguard personally identifiable information submitted online, the university requires internal Web content contributors to adhere to certain guidelines. Click here for more information.
LMU is committed to providing an integrated and dynamic online experience to all of our web visitors. In order to accommodate those with varying accessibility requirements, the University utilizes a dynamic transcoding service, among other 508-compliant technologies, to ensure our content is compatible with a broad range of assistive devices and solutions. Visit www.lmu.edu/access to explore our site using our transcoding service.
The University has designated an agent to receive all complaints and questions regarding copyright matters, including allegations of copyright infringement occurring on LMU's web sites. The following links provide compliance contacts and further information:
Contact the Designated Copyright Officer
LMU Copyright Compliance Website