As LMU continues to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, this website contains the latest information about our responses, guidance, and resources. LMU aligns decisions with guidance from public health officials, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the CA Department of Public Health, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Questions? Please submit them here. Want to support our students? Learn about the Lion Emergency Fund and show your pride online with the hashtag #LMUTogether.

Interested or admitted students and parents with questions about the admission process can learn more at the Enrollment Management website.

Need to Know

In adherence with the Mayor’s Safer at Home order and the guidelines provided by the L.A. County Department of Public Health and the CDC, campus access is restricted to resident students, LMU staff who perform essential functions and have been approved by their supervisors to be on campus and members of the Jesuit community. 


Admission Questions?

Loyola Marymount University is committed to supporting our students and their families through the global academic disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. To help ease concerns and adjust to the changing academic climate, we have temporarily adjusted some undergraduate admissions policies to ensure high school and transfer students are not penalized by their inability to earn letter grades for academic classes or take standardized tests during the COVID-19 pandemic. We've prepared Frequently Asked Questions to help make the process as smooth as possible and stand ready to answer other questions you may have about attending the university.

Continuity of Community

Stay Connected

Seek out connection and support through these campus groups that offer virtual opportunities for inspiration and wellness. Use the #LMUTogether hashtag to share your stories of connection.

Spring Classes Are Now Online

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Keep Learning

LMU has transitioned to campus-wide remote instruction. The university offers students online tools and other resources to stay connected, engaged, and productive in this new learning environment.

Keep Teaching

The Center for Teaching Excellence and LMU ITS encourage faculty to employ aynchronous teaching strategies and leverage Brightspace, LMU's learning management system, as much as possible. Learn the basics here! We also have Zoom for faculty office hours, recording and posting mini lectures, group meetings, and synchronous class sessions when appropriate.

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