Resources & Services

On-Campus Services

See our LMU departments that provide additional resources and support for our student veterans! If you require any further assistance, don't hesitate to contact Campus Veteran Programs.

The Academic Resource Center is designed to aid in the academic success of all students by providing one-on-one writing assistance, group tutoring sessions based on course content, and additional advisement as students’ transition into LMU. The ARC also houses the First To Go Community, which provides academic support for students who identify as first-generation college (i.e., neither parent has a bachelor's degree from the U.S.).

Campus Ministry is dedicated to fostering the mission of Loyola Marymount University, especially the service of faith and the promotion of justice. The campus ministers support the many programs and activities that meet the spiritual needs of our students.

Career and Professional Development enhances the student academic experience by providing tools for personal discovery, fostering and developing relationships with the LMU, regional, national and global communities, and facilitating lifelong career exploration and fulfillment.

Center for Service & Action offers students and graduates a range of opportunities to volunteer serving their communities. CSA offers opportunities ranging from local service groups to alternative break programs.

Disability Support Services provides specialized assistance and resources for students with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Learning, Physical or Psychiatric disabilities to achieve maximum independence while achieving their educational goals. Services are offered to students who have established disabilities under federal and state law. All discussions will remain confidential.

Financial Aid – Veteran Benefits assists students with financial resources to help them achieve their educational goals. All financial aid counselors are available to assist veterans with questions or concerns regarding their veteran aid. VA contact is John Flowers.

Financial Aid – Yellow Ribbon Program assists with the Yellow Ribbon qualification and funding process.VA contact is John Flowers.

Off Campus Student Life addresses the needs and concerns of LMU’s off-campus student population, including housing resources and programs to connect students with the LMU Community.

Office of the Registrar maintains students’ academic records and determines students' VA benefits eligibility and certification. VA contact is Jeffrey Seeger.

Student Accounts provides customer service and counseling to help students meet their financial obligations at the university. VA contact is Melissa Villasenor.

Student Housing provides programs and services to bring students together within a community on campus.

Student Psychological Services provides confidential services for students, including individual and group counseling, walk-in consultations, emergency psychological services, and psycho-educational outreach programming. Student Psychological Services also offers specialized counseling and programming for student veterans, as well as faculty and staff trainings on issues relevant to the student veteran population.

Transfer Enrollment Services provides academic support for your success at LMU. If you require any further assistance regarding the transfer course evaluation, your major, or need additional academic direction, Academic Transfer Services is your academic advocate for success.

Transfer Programs helps facilitate the transfer students to campus life by offering programs and services.

William H. Hannon Library supports the teaching, learning, and research needs of the students of Loyola Marymount University. During the academic year, the library is open 24 hours a day, 5 days a week. We are open until midnight on Friday and Saturday.