Explore the Possibilities of an LMU Education
Build connections and get access to our accomplished LMU deans. Meet professors while sampling online classes to Experience LMU and our commitment to academic excellence, ﬁrst-hand.
Join our online sessions to meet admission counselors for a general overview of LMU and hear from current students as they share their LMU experience with you.
There is something for everyone. Use the menu below to navigate our many Experience LMU program offerings.
Whether you have Hollywood aspirations, want to launch a new business, or aspire to research creative solutions to the world’s toughest questions, there is an academic program – and a network of knowledgeable faculty and administrators – waiting here for you. Learn more about our 50+ majors when you connect with the accomplished deans who each lead one of our six outstanding colleges and schools, and ﬁnd out what makes LMU a leader in education, research, and the student-centered experience.
LMU School of Film and Television (SFTV)
Joanne Moore, J.D., Dean
Connect with Dean Moore
• Tuesday, November 8 | 5:00 p.m.
RSVP for Nov. 8
LMU Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts (BCLA)
Robbin D. Crabtree, Ph.D., Dean
LMU Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering (CSE)
S.W. Tina Choe, Ph.D., Dean
LMU College of Communication and Fine Arts (CFA)
Bryant Keith Alexander, Ph.D., Dean
LMU College of Business Administration (CBA)
Dayle M. Smith, Ph.D., Dean
Engage with our world-class faculty as they host interactive online seminars that bring LMU’s academic experience home to you. Participate in dynamic academic experiences, interact with our esteemed faculty, and learn more about their cutting-edge research.
The Spotlight Seminar Series is free to attend and open to all prospective ﬁrst-year or transfer students. Please RSVP to each seminar you wish to attend to receive individual event links.
|Thursday, Oct. 6|
Chaos, Entropy, and Elusive Order in Science and Life!
Emily Jarvis, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry (CSE)
RSVP to Chemistry Seminar
|Tuesday, Oct. 11|
Creativity Lab: Creative Confidence Workshop
Andrew Rohm, Ph.D., Professor of Marketing, Co-Director of M-School (CBA) & Matt Stefl, Clinical Professor of Marketing, Co-Director of M-School (CBA)
RSVP to M-School Seminar
|Monday, Oct. 17|
Modelling the Dangers of Driving Under the Influence Using Engineering & Programming
Brendan Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (CSE)
RSVP to Mechanical Engineering Seminar
|Tuesday, Oct. 18|
Men are (NOT) from Mars, Women are (NOT) from Venus: Sexist Assumptions About Men and Women and What Psychological Science Can Tell Us
Adam Fingerhut, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of Psychology (BCLA)
RSVP to Psychology Seminar
|Wednesday, Oct. 19|
Einstein Goes to Hollywood: The Science and Fiction of Warp Drives, Time Travel, and Black Holes
Jonas Mureika, Ph.D., Chair and Professor of Physics (CSE)
RSVP to Physics Seminar
|Thursday, Oct. 20|
Who’s Watching Me? And, Why Should I Care?: The Personal and Political Consequences of Panoptic Social Media
Christopher Finlay, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Communication Studies (CFA)
RSVP to Communication Studies Seminar
|Wednesday, Oct. 26|
Using Chemistry to Improve Los Angeles Air Quality
Lambert Doezema, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Director of Environmental Science, Co-Director of Coastal Research Institute (CSE)
RSVP to Chemistry Science Seminar
|Wednesday, Oct. 26|
Kevin Wetmore, Professor of Theatre Arts (CFA)
RSVP to Theatre Seminar
|Wednesday, Nov. 2|
Exercise Physiology: Treating Diseases and Creating Athletes
Caio Sousa, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Health and Human Sciences (CSE)
RSVP to HHSC Seminar
|Monday, Nov. 7|
Health and Human Sciences Seminar
Stephanie Beaudion, Visiting Professor of Health and Human Sciences (CSE)
RSVP to Health and Human Sciences Seminar
|Wednesday, Nov. 9|
Film Production Seminar
Mischa Livingstone, Clinical Assistant Professor of Production (SFTV)
RSVP to Film Production Seminar
|Monday, Nov. 14|
Art History as a Discipline: What is so Appealing About the Mona Lisa?
Kirstin Noreen, Ph.D., Professor of Art History (CFA)
RSVP to Art History Seminar
|Wednesday, Nov. 16|
Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies Seminar
Juan Mah y Busch, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies (BCLA)
RSVP to CLST Seminar
Check back often as new seminars will be added regularly through November. Additional seminar details will also be shared via email as the event date approaches.
Take part in Zoom sessions hosted by knowledgeable leaders from Career and Professional Development and Financial Aid. The Pride network of alumni and parents are also available to help answer your questions about life at LMU and beyond.
• Saturday, October 8 | 11:00 a.m.
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• Thursday, October 13 | 5:15 p.m.
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• Monday, October 17 | 5:15 p.m.
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• Thursday, October 20 | 5:15 p.m.
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• Monday, October 24 | 5:15 p.m.
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• Thursday, October 27 | 5:15 p.m. *Session held in Spanish
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• Thursday, November 10 | 5:15 p.m.
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• Saturday, November 12 | 11:00 a.m.
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• Monday, November 14 | 5:15 p.m.
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• Thursday, November 17 | 5:15 p.m.
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Meet with Us
Drop into one of our weekly online sessions for an overview of LMU’s application process or chat with admission counselors and current LMU students. Select the link below to RSVP or email us for assistance.
All sessions are held in Pacific Time.
Planning to be in the Los Angeles area? We welcome your visit. Reserve your spot on an in-person campus tour.
4:00–5:00 p.m. Admission Overview and Student Panel
4:00–5:00 p.m. Virtual Campus Tours
8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m. Zoom Office Hours
6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. Zoom Office Hours
Theatre Arts approach the study of theatre with the view that it is a laboratory for the study of life, allowing us to explore the human experience through performance. With comprehensive coursework and training in acting, directing, design, theatre technology, playwriting, history and criticism taught by supportive faculty, our intimate classes allow for learned techniques to be applied.
LMU's dance program is a strong, unified learning community that works with deep intention, cooperation, and flexible engagement in performance, scholarship, choreography, and social action.
The Esports Gaming center, located inside the Burns Recreation Center, is the hub for the Lion gaming community. The gaming space is home to the LMU Esports teams, open to all levels of casual to competitive gamers; they host ongoing programs, events and activities focused on creating a space where Lions can gather for their love of gaming.
Iggy the Lion represents the pride and fierceness the LMU community brings in supporting students in their pursuit of athleticism, academic excellence, community service, personal development, and more.
Enjoy a live DJ, food trucks, inflatables, tailgating, games and a pep rally with the LMU Drumline.
The Veteran Programs office supports the transition, persistence and graduation of student veterans, reservists and veteran dependents by providing individualized services, programming and resources.
Mane Entertainment is a departmental student group that is made up of student managers, assistant managers, and the media and programming team. This motivated group of students create and implement large and small scale social events for LMU students. Some events include Monday Open Mic Nights, Celebrity Q&As, Comedy Shows, Late Night Friday events, and much more.
KXLU offers a diverse and eclectic range of free form, commercial free radio to the Los Angeles community and the world via kxlu.com. KXLU broadcasts live 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 356 days a year. KXLU offers one of the only opportunities in the Los Angeles radio market for students to gain practical experience in all aspects of radio broadcasting.
Career and Professional Development provides resources and experiences to help students leverage their Jesuit education to achieve their full potential. The Career Treks program brings students into the workplaces of alumni and friends in order to expose them to potential career paths and broaden their understanding of industries.
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Thank you for taking the time to ﬁnd out why Loyola Marymount University is special to our Lion community. We welcome any questions you may have as you explore your academic journey with us.