Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles, CA, USA

Campus Life

Key Campus Stats

Student Gender
Male
Female
44%
56%
Size of Town
Major city
In-State Students
71%
Out-Of-State Students
32%
Countries Represented
93
Ethnicity
African American
7%
Asian/Pacific Islander
10%
Hispanic
21%
White
44%
Multiracial
7%
Percent of First Generation Students
22%
Student Organizations
201
LGBTQIA Student Resource Groups
Yes
On Campus Women's Center
No
Cultural Student Resource Groups
No

Housing

0
100
50%
Undergrads Living on Campus
On-campus living required of freshman
No
Disability Housing Available
Yes
0
100
94%
Freshman Living on Campus

Athletics

Divisional Sports Nickname
Iggy the Lion
School Colors
crimson and blue
Varsity Athletics Association
NCAA
Varsity Athletics Conference Primary
Not applicable
Total Male Athletes
172
Total Female Athletes
232
Sports Team (Men)
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cheerleading-Dance Team
  • Crew-Rowing
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Track and Field
  • Water Polo
Sports Team (Women)
  • Basketball
  • Cheerleading-Dance Team
  • Cross Country
  • Crew-Rowing
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball
  • Water Polo
  • Beach Volleyball
Loyola Marymount University Athletics: visit page

Campus Safety

24-HR security patrol
Yes
Campus emergency phones
Yes
24-HR escort safety rides
Yes
Mobile campus emergency alert
Yes

What Students Are Saying

4.01 Average Rating
The food in the main cafeteria is good the first few weeks, but gets repetitive, which is expected. There are a lot of options on campus, including a 1950's themed diner, and the Domino's that delivers to campus accepts the meal plan as payment!
cg12 from MN
Almost all of the food on campus is cooked right in front of you instead of sitting under a lamp for who knows how long. There is a good amount of gluten free and vegetarian options and there has been a big movement for fair trade and organic foods as well.
Antonio from San Marino, CA
Sodexo runs the food services at the school. It's expensive because you're buying each item individually rather than getting three meals a day for example and being able to get whatever you want within your visit. There are many choices but not always the healthiest options, in my last year we wrote letters to the president asking to provide more varied options for vegetarian, gluten free and overall healthy dietary needs.
Kyana from Los Angeles, CA