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Office of Undergraduate Education

The Office of Undergraduate Education supports the growth of all LMU undergraduates in their academic and personal lives. As a result of the dedication of the directors/coordinators, advisors, and peer tutors/mentors serving in the Division, thousands of college students are receiving the academic support they need to succeed at Loyola Marymount University and prepare for their lives after graduation.

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Academic Resource Center

Tutoring and academic resources for all students

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Disability Support Services

Dedicated services for students with disabilities

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First To Go

Emphasizes the educational experience of first-generation students


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Katz Family Academic Skills Program

Empowering successful, lifelong learners


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Ignacio Student Support Services

Serving students from first-generation, financial need, and disability backgrounds, who demonstrate strong academic potential


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Undocumented Student Support Services

A brave space for undocumented students and UndocuEducators to feel welcomed, inspired, and celebrated

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University Core Curriculum

Learn about required courses for a strong intellectual foundation


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University Honors Program

Intellectual challenge in a close-knit community

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The Writing Center

Peer-to-peer writing support for all writing abilities


News and Announcements

Curious Minds Unite at AJCU Honors Conference

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The annual AJCU Honors Conference was held on Loyola Marymount University’s campus this year, bringing 62 honors students, faculty, and administrators from 15 AJCU institutions across the U.S. to engage the theme for the conference, “Curious Minds, Curious Communities: Who, What, and Why of Jesuit Honors Programs.” The event featured a variety of programming centered on curiosity and the questions: “Who is honors for?” “What is honors?” and “Why is honors important?” at Jesuit colleges and universities. 

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First Year Seminar sparks interest in social entrepreneurship

L.A. is one of the most diverse cities in the world, and entrepreneurship major Elias Herrera ’26 wants to make sure it stays that way. Originally from San Diego, Herrera first gained an interest in L.A.’s neighborhoods in his First Year Seminar, “Latino L.A.” with Professor Sylvia Zamora. He wanted to learn more about the development issues in East L.A., and Zamora helped him make a connection at Inclusive Action for the City, a community development organization with a mission to serve L.A.’s underinvested communities.

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