Events

January 2018

Tuesday, January 2

Feed The Hungry

Every Tuesday, we gather either in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 a.m. to make and pack lunches. Then...

Wednesday, January 3

LMU Duo Authentication Enrollment Emails

Duo Security manages multi-factor authentication services to enhance the security of LMU’s information technology services. Duo is currently being used with...

 

Thursday, January 4

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

LMU Duo Authentication Enrollment Emails

Duo Security manages multi-factor authentication services to enhance the security of LMU’s information technology services. Duo is currently being used with...

 

Friday, January 5

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

LMU Duo Authentication Enrollment Emails

Duo Security manages multi-factor authentication services to enhance the security of LMU’s information technology services. Duo is currently being used with...

 

Saturday, January 6

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Part Time Faculty Orientation

During the Part‐Time Faculty orientation, we will be covering topics such as Getting Ready for ClassLMU’s StudentsAcademic Rules and Procedures at LMU –...

Information Exhibit: The Yoga Expo Los Angeles

Loyola Marymount University will host a booth at the annual Yoga Expo at the Pasadena Convention Center on January 6. During the day, attendees will be able...

Sunday, January 7

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Monday, January 8

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Spring 2018 term begins

First day of Classes

 

Tuesday, January 9

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Feed The Hungry

Every Tuesday, we gather either in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 a.m. to make and pack lunches. Then...

Wednesday, January 10

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Thursday, January 11

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Friday, January 12

Add/Drop deadline

Last day to add or drop a class without a resulting grade of W

 
Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Last day to receive 100% tuition refund

Last day to drop a class(es) or withdraw from LMU for 100% tuition refund.

 
May 2018 degree applications deadline

Last day to file an application for May 2018 degree to be eligible for awards/honors

 
Duo Enrollment Drop In Session

Duo Authentication is required for all users of HR Self Service and any user who accesses email via "http://mail.lmu.edu" from off-campus. For your...

Saturday, January 13

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Executive MBA Information Session

Prospective students are invited to attend an information session to learn more about our top-ranked program. To register, visit...

Sunday, January 14

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Monday, January 15

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Tuesday, January 16

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Feed The Hungry

Every Tuesday, we gather either in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 a.m. to make and pack lunches. Then...

Wednesday, January 17

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

How to Be a Competitive Fellowship Applicant

This one hour session will cover basic fellowship application strategies, including identifying opportunities relevant to your goals, requesting letters of...

Executive MBA Info Session Webinar

Prospective students are invited to participate in an online information session via WebEx to learn more about our top-ranked program. To register, visit...

Thursday, January 18

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration & Prayer Breakfast

This year’s theme is, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” and will highlight the versatility of Dr. King’s vision and message of unity,...

Screening of Abacus: Small Enough to Jail

Please join us for a screening of Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, a film by Steve James (director of Hoop Dreams and Life Itself). Abacus: Small Enough to Jail...

LMU and Place Series: "Coming to Terms with the Past: The Catholic University and Historical Legacy"

Many universities in the U.S. must contend with institutional legacies bound up with injustice and oppression. Given the Catholic tradition’s emphasis on...

Friday, January 19

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Last day to drop course(s) for 90% course refund for eligible students

Students who have paid tuition by the semester hour are eligible for tuition only refunds per semester hour, based on the published sliding scale. Full...

 
Charles Turhollow Speaker Series

This year’s Charles Turhollow Speaker Series will feature two LMU alumni, Michael Podegracz P.E., former City Manager of Hesperia and Gordon Johnson P.E.,...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Amelia Jones, "Queer Communion: Ron Athey and the Radical Performance Subcultures of Los Angeles"

AMELIA JONES, Robert A. Day Professor of Art & Design, Vice Dean of Critical Studies, USC. “Queer Communion: Ron Athey and the Radical Performance...

FilmCraft - Truck Loading Workshop

For SFTV Prod students, but all students are welcome! Don’t break your film equipment before your shoot even begins! Learn the safe and effective way to...

Saturday, January 20

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Sunday, January 21

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Jewish Studies Sunday Book Group: Not in God’s Name

Please join us for a discussion of Not in God’s Name by Jonathan Sacks. The discussion will be moderated by Elaine Goodfriend (CSUN Jewish Studies). The...

Monday, January 22

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Meeting Christ in Faith and Art (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2018 Archives and Special Collections Exhibition features works created by undergraduate students in several semesters...

Ongoing New Faculty Orientation Workshop

"A Conversation on Mission at LMU" Presenter: Cathleen McGrath, Ph.D., Chair, Faculty Committee on Mission and Identity and Faculty Panel

Fakes, Frauds, and Forgeries: "Fake News" in History

Come join us for a roundtable discussion with students and faculty about the history of "fake news." Pizza will be served!

 Bioethics Coffee Hour - Mondays 6-7pm

The Bioethics Institute will be hosting Coffee Hour before class on Mondays every week of the spring 2017 semester. Coffee Hour is an opportunity for...

Tuesday, January 23

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Meeting Christ in Faith and Art (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2018 Archives and Special Collections Exhibition features works created by undergraduate students in several semesters...

The World on the Move: Migration and Immigration in Uncertain Times

All are welcome and there is no fee to attend 9:40am - 11:10am - Ahmanson Auditorium Migration in Africa - Perspective from the Continent on Causes and...

Feed The Hungry

Every Tuesday, we gather either in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 a.m. to make and pack lunches. Then...

Faculty Pub Night: Brett Hoover

Students, staff, faculty, alumni, and any members of the public are all invited to the 2017-2018 series of Faculty Pub Night at the William H. Hannon...

Wednesday, January 24

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Meeting Christ in Faith and Art (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2018 Archives and Special Collections Exhibition features works created by undergraduate students in several semesters...

The World on the Move: Migration and Immigration in Uncertain Times

All are welcome and there is no fee to attend. 9:40am - 11:10am - Hilton 100 Developing Entrepreneurial Skills Among Refugees / Immigrants Presentation by...

2018 CSJ Symposium: Developing Entrepreneurial Skills Among Refugees/Immigrants

In Germany, migrant entrepreneurship is far above the national average, and now seen as economic success and a job machine in all branches and skill levels....

Study Abroad Spring Expo

Come learn about our summer and semester study abroad programs while grabbing a sweet, international treat! We'll have study abroad staff and peer advisors...

2018 CSJ Symposium: Contributions of the Foreign-Born to the California Economy

This session will examine the presence and contribution of the foreign-born, and the children of the foreign-born, on the diverse sectors of the California...

"Exploring Asian Culture" Info Session

***Space still available*** This course provides an overview of the recent socio-political history of China, Japan and Korea, in order to help students...

"Exploring Asian Culture" Info Session

***Space still available*** This course provides an overview of the recent socio-political history of China, Japan and Korea, in order to help students...

2018 CSJ Symposium: Talent Acquisition and the Tech Sector

This panel will examine the needs and challenges of talent acquisition in the technology sector and the role of a global workforce as a competitive...

Evaluating and Enhancing Natural Systems as Adaptation Strategies for Climate Change

Tom Ford and Karina Johnston of The Bay Foundation will be presenting the fourth lecture in the LMU 2017-2018 Environmental Lecture Series: Imagining a...

Thursday, January 25

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Meeting Christ in Faith and Art (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2018 Archives and Special Collections Exhibition features works created by undergraduate students in several semesters...

The World on the Move: Migration and Immigration in Uncertain Times

9:40am - 11:10am - Von der Ahe Family Suite, Hannon Library Close to Home: Stories from Faculty and Staff Neno Pervan, Arnab Banerji, Rachel Wen-Paloutzian...

Classics and Archaeology Spring Lecture 2018

Migrants, Merchants and Mercenaries: Negotiations of Amorite Identity in the Ancient Near East 2500-1500 B.C. Lecture by Professor Aaron A. Burke, Near...

Friday, January 26

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Incomplete Grade Work submission deadline

Last day for undergraduates to submit to instructors missing coursework for Fall 2017 grades of Incomplete

 
Last day to drop course(s) for 70% course refund for eligible students

Students who have paid tuition by the semester hour are eligible for tuition only refunds per semester hour, based on the published sliding scale. Full...

 
Last day to withdraw from LMU for 70% refund

Students withdrawing or taking of leave of absence from the University during a percentage period may also have any financial aid they have received for that...

 
Meeting Christ in Faith and Art (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2018 Archives and Special Collections Exhibition features works created by undergraduate students in several semesters...

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Greg Preston, Commercial Photographer, Sampsel & Preston Photography

Greg Preston has been doing commercial photography in Las Vegas for almost 30 years. Although Greg is known locally for the resort and lifestyle images that...

Saturday, January 27

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

New Threads: Perspectives in Contemporary Fiber Art

This contemporary textile show will include more than 15 regional, national and international artists. The show is organized around three themes: technology...

EdTech Mini-Conference: Engaging Learners through Technology

Join the School of Education Alumni Association as we explore the topic of educational technology and the theme of Engaging Learners through Technology.

Executive MBA Information Session

Prospective students are invited to attend an information session to learn more about our top-ranked program. To register, visit...

MBA Information Session

Prospective students are invited to attend an information session to learn more about our top-ranked program. To register, visit...

Opening Reception: New Threads: Perspectives in Contemporary Fiber Art

This contemporary textile show will include more than 15 regional, national and international artists. The show is organized around three themes: technology...

Sunday, January 28

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Concerts of Music for Children

Two performances: 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm FREE and open to the Community (reservations not required) Featuring: French & American Songs & Dances Japanese...

Workshop: "Mindfulness, Social Justice, and Learning the Language of Peace" with Dr. Christopher Key Chapple

This workshop will explore the intersection between mindfulness practice and social justice work, with special attention to developing mindful communication...

Concerts of Music for Children

Two performances: 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm FREE and open to the Community (reservations not required) Featuring: French & American Songs & Dances Japanese...

Monday, January 29

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

Meeting Christ in Faith and Art (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2018 Archives and Special Collections Exhibition features works created by undergraduate students in several semesters...

How Should We Evaluate Teaching?

Evaluating teaching in a way that everyone perceives as fair is challenging. A panel of experienced LMU professors who have studied the literature on...

Girlhood Interrupted: The Erasure of Black Girls' Childhood

Join us for a dialogue with Thalia Gonzalez, scholar in the field of racial disparities in school discipline. She will discuss findings from a report she...

 Bioethics Coffee Hour - Mondays 6-7pm

The Bioethics Institute will be hosting Coffee Hour before class on Mondays every week of the spring 2017 semester. Coffee Hour is an opportunity for...

Tuesday, January 30

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

New Threads: Perspectives in Contemporary Fiber Art

This contemporary textile show will include more than 15 regional, national and international artists. The show is organized around three themes: technology...

Meeting Christ in Faith and Art (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2018 Archives and Special Collections Exhibition features works created by undergraduate students in several semesters...

Feed The Hungry

Every Tuesday, we gather either in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 a.m. to make and pack lunches. Then...

"Exploring Asian Culture" Info Session

***Space still available*** This course provides an overview of the recent socio-political history of China, Japan and Korea, in order to help students...

LMU and Place Series: "A Conversation with Archbishop Gomez"

Loyola Marymount University cordially invites you to join President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D., for a celebration to honor José H. Gomez, Archbishop of Los...

Meet the Executives

Open to students of all majors and class levels, Meet the Executives provides opportunities to establish mentoring relationships with top level executives in...

Wednesday, January 31

Everything You Treasure: For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons (Ongoing Exhibition)

Nuclear weapons are a continuing and direct threat to all that we, collectively and individually, treasure. They impact us in ways ranging from humanitarian,...

New Threads: Perspectives in Contemporary Fiber Art

This contemporary textile show will include more than 15 regional, national and international artists. The show is organized around three themes: technology...

Meeting Christ in Faith and Art (Ongoing Exhibition)

The William H. Hannon Library's Spring 2018 Archives and Special Collections Exhibition features works created by undergraduate students in several semesters...

Overcoming Communication Anxiety Through Proper Speech Organization

Abstract: This workshop is designed to introduce Rhetorical Arts instructors to the fundamentals of speech organization and how proper speech structure is...

IR Series: "UN Rapporteur for the Right to Food"

On Wednesday, January 31, 2018, the UN Rapporteur for the Right to Food, Hilal Elver, will be speaking in the village from 12-1 PM.

Study Abroad Financial Aid info session

Want to learn more about funding your summer or semester study abroad program? Join the Study Abroad Office and the Financial Aid Office for an info session...

Open House

RSVP (to receive free parking) to linda.claros@lmu.edu

Study Abroad Welcome Back Dinner

Come join us for dinner, a chance to reconnect with friends from abroad, and the opportunity to learn about how to maximize your study abroad experience now...

Career Night

Come join us for a discussion with History Department alumni about career opportunities and maximizing the full potential of your degree!

MBA Information Session

Prospective students are invited to attend an information session to learn more about our top-ranked program. To register, visit...

January 2018