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LMU Together: A Path Forward

Welcome, Lions! Your health and well-being are our paramount priorities as we deliver our distinctive Catholic, Jesuit, and Marymount educational experience in the pandemic era. We invite you to explore this website for the latest updates on how our community is coming together to reopen our university virtually, remotely, and when safe, in person. We are #LMUTogether.

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Latest Updates

Plans and Protocols

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As we adhere to evolving public health guidelines, we have reimagined every aspect of the LMU experience to safeguard your health and safety. In collaboration and alignment with public health authorities, our plans and protocols will keep you safe as we teach, learn, study, work, and thrive together.

Please note: The Lion Health Check is no longer required for LMU students, faculty, staff, on-campus residents, or others with OneCard access. Visitors with approved campus access must continue to submit their daily Lion Health Check before arriving on campus.

HEERF Grant & CARES Act

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HEERF Grant

The Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds III (HEERF 3.0) provides federal emergency financial aid assistance to students for expenses related to COVID-19 as stipulated by the U.S. American Rescue Plan was signed into law on March 11, 2021. HEERF 3.0 Emergency Relief Grant funding is one-time funding divided between undergraduate, graduate, and professional students based on the percentage of enrollment.

Information about eligibility and how to receive the Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds III (HEERF 3.0) can be found on the Financial Aid website.

HEERF Grant 2.0

Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds 2.0 is no longer available. Any remaining HEERF 2.0 funding has been reallocated into HEERF 3.0 funds. Please refer back to Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds III (HEERF 3.0) FAQ’s. You can view the archived HEERF 2.0 information page here.

The CARES Act

CARES Act Emergency Relief Grant Fund is no longer available. Any remaining CARES funding has been reallocated into HEERF 2.0 funds. Please refer back to Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds II (HEERF 2.0) FAQs. You can find the archived CARES information here.

Tools for Study & Work

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