Parent Pride invites you to view a series of presentations from key offices and departments at Loyola Marymount University. Each presentation will provide you with critical resources, information and deadlines throughout the summer.
Please read the description of each presentation below and view each presentation at your leisure. These presentations will be available to you all summer, but please note, some of the presentations have deadlines for your LMU students that will need to be met as early as the end of May.
Laying the Foundations: Parent and Family Programs
Learn about the office dedicated to you: the parents and families of LMU! This presentation includes helpful tips about your student’s transition to LMU, some dos and don’t, and contact information that will be useful during your student’s tenure at LMU.
Academic Big Picture
This is your introduction to the LMU academic experience and an overview of our curriculum so that you are more informed and can be a good support to your student.
This presentation is an opportunity to learn more about financial aid awards, the different types of aid awards provided, how to credit awards to your student’s account, and eligibility requirements for aid.
Student Financial Services
Learn about the department responsible for student accounts management and how to make payments for tuition, fees, and billing.
If your student is living on campus, please watch this informative presentation about the benefits of living in a residence hall, the amenities provided and the deadline to apply.
Business Services and Auxiliary Management
This presentation covers how your student will take care of business outside of the classroom. Some of those items include an explanation of our LMU OneCard, meal plans, and mail distribution.
Student Health Services
Learn all about our full service medical office on campus, how your student can manage their health while at LMU, and important medical information and entrance requirements that need to be submitted before your student begins classes in August.
Disability Support Services
DSS works to provide accommodations for students who experience a limitation in a major life activity, and provides specialized assistance and resources to enable students with disabilities to achieve equal access in all aspects of university life.