Deeper connections are key to reaching our fullest potential. We instill a culture of belonging as we nurture students academically and personally. Mentorship from faculty, opportunities for community-building, and support services allow students from all backgrounds to flourish as well-rounded scholars and leaders.
Cultivating a Culture of Belonging
When Cole Ichikawa ’24 enrolled at LMU, he knew that meant moving an ocean away from his home in Hawaii. But when he arrived on campus, new friends and mentors quickly welcomed him to be his authentic self. Now, as president of Nā Kōlea Hawaii Club, he’s passionate about sharing his love for his culture and community with the world.
LMU’s First To Go Program provides first-generation students with resources and opportunities to progress their academic, professional, and personal growth.
Offerings for Lion Wellness, an initiative focused on overall health and well-being, address the mental, physical, and emotional needs of students.
LMU, heeding our students, launched the Mbongi Spot, a physical space to foster a sense of belonging and connection.
LMU’s new Outdoor and Adventure Recreation program supports student well-being through exploration of L.A. and beyond.
LMU is establishing a Dream Center to support and serve current undocumented and DACAmented students and their families.