The majority of the Center's courses and programs are held at the Westchester Main Campus and online. However, a number of courses meet at at satellite locations throughout the Southland. Please check individual certificate program pages or the course catalog for locations.
Where am I going? Please take a look at the campus maps to locate buildings, parking locations, and other campus features.
Loyola Marymount University enforces parking year round. Paid parking is regulated Monday through Friday, 8am until 8pm, except for University Holidays. Parking is enforced during Academic Holidays, which are different from University holidays. All other rules are enforceable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Department of Parking and Transportation is responsible for the management of Campus parking resources, the sale of parking permits and the enforcement of Campus parking rules and policies. Learn more >>
Playa Vista Campus. Parking at the Playa Vista Campus is not managed by the University. As such, parking at Playa Vista is subject to the property's posted rates. A free shuttle service from the Westchester Main Campus is open to the public, and is a convenient option for people commuting between campuses.
Campus housing is available only at the Westchester Main Campus and for undergraduate and graduate students. However, there are a variety of local hotels and temporary housing available for extension students, faculty, and guests at LMU Preferred Rates (inclusion on this list does not imply the University's recommendation; LMU Preferred Rates are subject to change and availability). Learn more >>
The Westchester Main Campus and Downtown Law Campus are home to a number of dining spaces, restaurants and cafes. Hours vary. Please consult the Campus Dining Web site for information. Learn more >>
Campus safety is our top priority. The Department of Public Safety provides some tips for being safe and vigilant while on campus. Please review them >>
LMU Alert. LMU Alert is an emergency notification system that allows LMU to contact you during an emergency by sending messages via text, email, and/or automated phone calls. Students and faculty are encouraged to opt-in to receive notifications.