Reopening LMU: 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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As we reopen our campuses to the LMU Lion family, we are reimagining every aspect of the LMU experience to safeguard your health and safety. In collaboration and alignment with public health authorities, our reopening plans and protocols seek to keep you safe as we teach, learn, study, work, and thrive together. We are sharing a lot with you, so we recommend consulting our FAQs and A-Z Index, which we designed to answer your questions. We also welcome more questions as we are continuously updating and improving this website.
Please note: Students, faculty, staff, contractors, and visitors, who have approved campus access, must take their temperature and submit their Lion Health Check daily before arriving to campus or leaving their on-campus residence. Learn more here.
Need-to-Know A-Z Index
COVID Safety: Guidelines for a
Learning, living and working at LMU will undoubtedly look different in the fall. The following requirements will guide schools and departments in developing plans tailored to their operational needs while ensuring the wellbeing of our campus community.
We have established protocols to keep at least six feet of space between individuals in all community spaces.
All community members are required to wear face coverings in all public and shared environments on campus.
Reducing the risk of exposure to COVID-19 by disinfection and cleanliness is a critical to reopening our campus.
To facilitate self monitoring, the university has developed Lion Health Check, a symptom tracker that community members and visitors must complete daily before coming to campus.
Units will develop a communication plan for providing essential information and training to community members and visitors who will occupy and visit their facilities.
Our priority is the health of students, faculty and staff, especially the most vulnerable. We are committed to fostering a community wellness, awareness and flexibility.