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| I came to LMU with a lot of kids from my high school, so I've always felt comfortable here. I live about 2 hours away from home, but I honestly never go home. I love it here and I wouldn't want to waste a weekend. The people here are so friendly and very approachable. I made friends instantly, and I now call them my best friends. I know people that have transferred because they didn't give LMU enough time, and now they want to come back. It is definitely a good place to be. |
The more you put into your education and social life here, the more you will get out of going to a school like LMU. Although it is small and athletics are not advertised, there are plenty of ways to get involved. Greek life is very popular and the chapters here are very diverse. Even if you can't imagine yourself in that kind of scene, you should still give it a shot. The sororities and fraternities respect eachother here, so it never feels like a competition. Service orgs are also very popular and selective when it comes to admission.
For the most part, the teachers are truly concerned with your progress in their class and will make themselves available for extra help if needed. There is also free tutoring available through departments and through the school as well. Although some classes are very challenging, there is no reason why one would fail a class, due to all the extra help. LMU makes sure you get at least 5 classes in a semester to be considered a full time student. They WANT you to graduate on time.
|Apr 13 2009|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2012 |
| I am a second year biochemistry student and the program is great. I am able to graduate in four years, my classes are small and there is plenty of resources to help you if you get stuck. There is tutoring at the learning resource center, within the department, and if you join chem society, within the club. If you are interested in internships its best to talk to a professor or set an appointment with the career developement center. I rarely have a hard time getting in contact with any of the administration or faculty. This is what attracted me to the school, and why I declined the UCs, Cal States, and other private schools i had been accepted to.|
There are activities and events going on just about every day, you just have to look for them. Convo hour is probably the most active time, weekends are quiet, but with so many things to do in LA why would you stay on campus, plus the beach is no more then 10 minutes away.
If I had to choose again I would definately choose this school again.
|Nov 15 2007|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2010 |
| I've enjoyed every second of my time at LMU. From my very first day when a student helped me carry my bag and the lady that have me my OneCard and answered all my dumb questions without an ounce of attitude - to where I am right now. The campus is so beautiful it's almost painful. The students are friendly and the professors are perfect, for the most part. If you're not a fan of wearing matching t-shirts with Greek letters there's a million other activities to participate in. There's a club sport for everything. Hell, there's a quidditch team. I'm going to keep this brief but LMU offers a lot from CollegeFest to the stellar academics. I love being a lion. |
|Mar 14 2013|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2015 |