LMU Resources

Athletics (website)
#GoLions. Graduate students get free admission for home games!

Bookstore (website)
Find your books as well as Lion gear here. Visit the general bookstore in VDA Level B and the technology bookstore in UHall, right across from the main elevator lobby.

Campus Ministry (website)
Seeking spiritual growth and faith formation opportunities? Visit the Campus Ministry office in Malone 210 or in the Sacred Heart Chapel’s lower level (The Cave). For Campus Ministry-sponsored service opportunities, visit http://mission.lmu.edu/ministry/service/.

Campus Recreation (website)
Need help in reaching your fitness goals? The Burns Recreation Center offers a fitness center, group fitness classes, tennis courts, and an Olympic-sized outdoor swimming pool! Nutrition consultation and personal trainers are available. Membership is $65/semester.

Center for Career and Professional Development (website)
The Career and Professional Development (CPD) center can help you make the most of your time at LMU. The center provides and hosts professional development workshops, networking opportunities, as well as job search and interviewing techniques. Meet with your CPD Coach today!

Center for Service and Action (website)
The CSA offers a range of opportunities to volunteer your time to serving those in need and to live out your role as a woman or man for others. For more information on their Alternative Breaks program, visit http://studentaffairs.lmu.edu/activitiesservice/centerforserviceaction/serviceopportunities/alternativebreaksprogram/.

Central Ticketing Agency (website)
The Central Ticketing Agency offers discounts for major Southern California attractions including Disneyland, Universal Studios, Six Flags as well as movie tickets and on-campus theater, dance, and choir productions.

Dining Services (website)
Hungry on campus? Find out more about dining choices as well as C-Lion store locations through the LMU Hospitality website.

Financial Aid (website)
Graduate students seeking information about receiving financial support including loans, grants, and scholarships can visit the financial aid office located in VDA 270.

Graduate Assistantships (website)
Looking for on-campus job opportunities? Visit the Graduate Assistantships page to find openings.

Housing (website)
Need help finding housing? Visit the housing website for information on on-campus housing opportunities. For additional housing information, visit our page here.

Libraries and Research (website)
Did you know graduate students can check out books for up to the end of the semester at the library? Also, graduate students receive $20 of printing credit per academic year. For more information on borrowing privileges, visit http://library.lmu.edu/generalinformation/policiesprocedures/borrowingprivileges/semesterborrowingprivileges/.

LionJobs (website)
Find internship and job opportunities as well as make appointments for a CPD coach here.

LMU CARES (website)
LMU Campus Awareness Resource Education Services (CARES) provides education to the campus community about resources, support and policies at the university regarding sexual and interpersonal misconduct and prevention. ‌If you need to report an incident, visit http://studentaffairs.lmu.edu/lmucares/gettinghelp/reportinganassault/.

Loft (website)
Need a beer? Visit the Loft located between McKay Hall (Iggy’s) and Hannon. Annual membership is $20. Please drink responsibly.

Student Health Services (website)
Graduate students can access the Student Health Services, located outside the Burns Recreation Center below SPS, for a fee of $50 per semester. Students can receive vaccinations as well as receive treatment for minor injuries or illnesses. Please note that in addition to the access fee, you will be subject to the charges for these services. If you or someone you know is experiencing a life threatening emergency, please call 911.

Student Psychological Services (website)
The Student Psychological Services (SPS), located outside of the Burns Recreational Center on the second floor, offers individual counseling, group therapy, as well as a relaxation room for no charge to students. If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis please call (310) 338-2868. For life threatening emergencies, please call 911.