Supporting Students from Historically Underrepresented Populations
LMU is committed to the recruitment, enrollment, success, and graduation of first-generation and low-income students, and students from historically underrepresented backgrounds. Through the dedication and partnership of several academic and student affairs offices, students can receive support to help them thrive and succeed from precollege through senior year and post-graduation.
Preparing underrepresented students to pursue graduate and professional school.
First-year experience to prepare underrepresented students for academic excellence in science, engineering, and math.
Summer experience for first-year underrepresented students in computing.
Celebrating and championing first-generation college student excellence.
Federally-funded TRIO program equipping low-income and first-generation college students and students with disabilities with the tools to thrive at and after LMU.
Prepares talented first-generation and underrepresented students for graduate study through research and scholarly experiences.
TLC is committed to the success of first-year students of African descent and cultivating leaders.
Federally-funded TRIO college-prep programs at LMU serving low-income and first-generation students at Westchester High School.
Are you interested in pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree after LMU? Apply to the Academic Community of Excellence. Applications will be accepted until capacity is filled. For more information, contact Steven.Neal@lmu.edu.
Are you interested in getting additional academic, financial education, and personal support at LMU? Apply to the Ignacio Student Support Services Program. Applications will be accepted until capacity is filled. For more information, contact Jacqueline.Amparo@lmu.edu.
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