Forms

It is recommended that you make a copy of the paper-form submissions for your personal records. You will receive an email acknowledgement from web forms.

  • Application for Certificate

    Form available in Fall 2017

  • Application for Degree: Aug-Dec 2017

    Students inform LMU of their intent to graduate by submitting an application for degree; the University does not submit applications for students. All applicants file for degree in the term in which they qualify to graduate.

    Want a refresher on the graduation process at LMU?

    CAPP is the official degree audit of the University. A student will not graduate from LMU until CAPP shows all requirements as MET

    • If all requirements are MET, a student may expect the degree posting.
    • For the NOT MET status, CAPP will show the requirement(s) yet to be fulfilled. Students are solely responsible for ensuring that CAPP shows the MET status in order to qualify for a degree. If a student finds that CAPP does not reflect what the student expects to see, s/he should consult with the advisor and/or the Academic Records Coordinator (ARC) for the student's College/School in the Office of the Registrar.
    • A student must ensure that all substitutions and waivers (if any) have been documented, signed, and submitted to the Dean's Office. If the student does not see the change reflected on CAPP within ten business days, s/he should contact the ARC for the student's College/School in the Office of the Registrar.
    • A student's application for degree will be canceled if a grade of Incomplete appears on the transcript. No student may graduate until the Incomplete grade has been replaced by the final grade.

    Check the application status

    A student should wait ten business days before checking the application status. In PROWL, under Student Records, a link for View Degree Information is available. The application status will show one of four status:

    • Pending Degree. This student's CAPP will show all requirements as MET.
    • Application Entered. Evaluation of CAPP has not yet taken place.
    • Missing Requirements. This CAPP will show NOT MET. It is the student's responsibility to address unmet requirements and should contact the ARC for further assistance. If the application is still MR at the degree date, it will move to CA.
    • Application Canceled. This student must submit an application for a subsequent term and should contact the ARC.

    Please allow ten business days for processing of application.

  • Application for Degree: May-Aug-Dec 2018

    Students inform LMU of their intent to graduate by submitting an application for degree; the University does not submit applications for students. All applicants file for degree in the term in which they qualify to graduate.

    Want a refresher on the graduation process at LMU?

    CAPP is the official degree audit of the University. A student will not graduate from LMU until CAPP shows all requirements as MET

    • If all requirements are MET, a student may expect the degree posting.
    • For the NOT MET status, CAPP will show the requirement(s) yet to be fulfilled. Students are solely responsible for ensuring that CAPP shows the MET status in order to qualify for a degree. If a student finds that CAPP does not reflect what the student expects to see, s/he should consult with the advisor and/or the Academic Records Coordinator (ARC) for the student's College/School in the Office of the Registrar.
    • A student must ensure that all substitutions and waivers (if any) have been documented, signed, and submitted to the Dean's Office. If the student does not see the change reflected on CAPP within ten business days, s/he should contact the ARC for the student's College/School in the Office of the Registrar.
    • A student's application for degree will be canceled if a grade of Incomplete appears on the transcript. No student may graduate until the Incomplete grade has been replaced by the final grade.

    Check the application status

    A student should wait ten business days before checking the application status. In PROWL, under Student Records, a link for View Degree Information is available. The application status will show one of four status:

    • Pending Degree. This student's CAPP will show all requirements as MET.
    • Application Entered. Evaluation of CAPP has not yet taken place.
    • Missing Requirements. This CAPP will show NOT MET. It is the student's responsibility to address unmet requirements and should contact the ARC for further assistance. If the application is still MR at the degree date, it will move to CA.
    • Application Canceled. This student must submit an application for a subsequent term and should contact the ARC.

    Please allow ten business days for processing of application.

  • Authorization Release Records Information

    LMU offers its student two way in which to release student records data.

    Proxy Access in PROWL

    Written Access

    • In accordance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 as amended, students must provide written consent if they would like LMU to share information with parents, spouses, or any other person or groups of persons. By completing and submitting this form, you are authorizing LMU personnel to discuss the details of your University application, accounts, and records with whomever you designate. This authorization will remain in effect until revoked in writing. Authorization To Release Student Records
  • Change of Legal Name or SSN

    Use this form to change how your legal name appears on LMU records. Legal documentation of the new name must accompany the request form.

  • Change of Program

    Use this form when adding, changing, or dropping a major or minor program. This also will allow for the change of concentration within certain degree programs. It is the student's responsibility to obtain signatures from both Chairpersons when adding and dropping a program on the same form. Incomplete forms will not be processed. Change My Major

  • Credit for Internship

  • Data Request

    Requested information is to be used in accordance with FERPA. Students who have indicated that they do not wish their information released will not appear on the report. Data released is for the sole use of the requestor. Information may not be passed on to a third party, on or off campus. Once information has been released, the requestor is legally responsible for maintaining confidentiality.

  • Degree Audit Adjustment Form

    This form documents course substitutions, rule waivers, and other adjustments as approved by your Associate Dean's Office. CAPP Adjustment Form

  • Diploma Release after Account Hold

  • Diploma Request for Re-Issue

  • Directory Information Non-Disclosure

    Once a student enrolls at LMU and/or turns 18, the student controls access to his/her record. Please consult the section on FERPA so you understand what you are withholding and why. Complete the form with a physical signature (keyboard signatures not allowed) and return it to the Office of the Registrar.

    Non-disclosure of Directory Info

  • General Petition

    This form is to be used for students petitioning for an exception to University academic policy. Please fill out this General Petition completely with your signature and date. Please be concise in your request and do not attach any medical documentation if this concerns a medical condition.

  • Independent/Tutorial Studies

    If an instructor is willing to offer you either an Independent Studies or Tutorial course, use this form to facilitate the request to have the course approved. Please ensure you understand the requirements of these courses. Independent or Tutorial Studies

  • Inspect/Review Education Records
  • International Shipping of Transcript

  • Leave of Absence/University Withdrawal Request

  • PROWL Proxy

    Proxy Access in PROWL: grant online access to part of your student record to a parent (legal guardian or other designee).

  • Return from Leave of Absence

  • Summer School Application (non-LMU Students)

    Summer courses at LMU consists of two consecutive 6-week sessions, each the equivalent of a 16-week semester. Final exams are included within each six-week session. The sessions do not overlap and students are welcome to attend both sessions. Because of the compressed nature of the classes, students are limited to 8 semester hours per session.

    Students are held responsible for adhering to published deadlines and assume full responsibility for the accuracy of their registration and for incurred tuition and fees. The University does not drop students from courses for non-attendance or missed deadlines. Students are advised to consult the Refund Percentage Period.

    Summer Session 2017 Calendar

    Schedules of Classes

    • Summer 2017 Registration begins Monday, December 5, 2016
    • Summer I: Classes begin Monday, May 15, 2017; Classes end Friday, June 23, 2017
    • Summer II: Classes begin Monday, June 26, 2017; Classes end Friday, August 4, 2017

    LMU welcomes undergraduate students from other institutions who wish to take summer courses.

    Course descriptions and requirements are found in the University Bulletin.

    Registration Process

    1. Download, complete, and submit a Summer Application to the Registrar's Office (see address below).
    2. A student record will be created.
    3. After your application is processed, a confirmation email will be sent to you with information about your LMU student record and directions on how to register for summer classes online. If you do not receive a confirmation email from the Registrar's Office within five business days of submission, please contact us through email: registrar@lmu.edu
    4. The payment deadlines for the respective summer session will be posted when it becomes available. See Student Accounts Department.

    Please Note

    Visiting Undergraduate Students:
    If you are attending another college or university and you wish to register for a course which has a pre-requisite or some other restriction, you should submit with your application a copy of a transcript (unofficial is allowed) verifying that you qualify to take the course. You may not be registered in a restricted course without proof of having fulfilled the requirement.

    High School Students:
    A student who has completed the 11th grade with at least a B+ (3.3) GPA may take summer classes at LMU. If you wish to register for a course with a restriction, the Office will evaluate your high school record in light of the pre-requisites of the course and inform you if the registration is allowed.

    Requests for Math Courses:
    Any student wishing to be enrolled in a math course but who has taken the prerequisite at the high school level must first take the Math Placement Exam. To schedule a math exam, please contact Jill Davine at jdavine@lmu.edu.


    Mail application to:
    Office of the Registrar
    Loyola Marymount University
    1 LMU Drive MS 8325
    Los Angeles, CA 90045-2659

    Fax to: 310.338.4466 or Scan to: registrar@lmu.edu

    Please note: Students are held responsible for adhering to published deadlines and assume full responsibility for the accuracy of their registration and for incurred tuition and fees. The University does not drop students from courses for non-attendance or missed deadlines. Students are advised to consult the Refund Percentage Period.

  • Transfer Course Approval for US

    Courses from an accredited and LMU-recognized U.S. institution with a grade of C or higher are acceptable for transfer. LMU credit will be given only after the receipt of an official transcript from the school attended at the request of the student. A combined maximum of 60 semester hours may be transferred from community colleges. Only approved courses on this form are eligible for transfer. By signing the form, the student acknowledges and accepts these policies.

    Transfer Course Approval (US)

  • Transfer Course Approval International Courses

    Courses from a government-accredited and LMU-recognized institution with a grade of C or higher are eligible for transfer. Only approved courses on this form are eligible for transfer. LMU credit will be given after the receipt of an official transcript from the school attended at the request of the student. 

    Transfer Course Approval Intl Courses

  • Transfer Course Approval LMU Study Abroad

    Courses from a government-accredited and LMU-recognized institution with a grade of C or higher are eligible for transfer. Only approved courses on this form are eligible for transfer. LMU credit will be given after the receipt of an official transcript from the school attended at the request of the student. After completing and signing form, scan to regtca@lmu.edu. From the Registrar's Office, you will receive a scan of the initial review of transferable courses in an email. Print the attachment and meet with your Associate Dean's Office for final approval. Take the approved form to the Study Abroad Office.

    Transfer Course Approval (Study Abroad)

  • VA Benefits Semester Enrollment

  • Verifications

    Enrollment or Degree