About the University
The Center for Religion and Spirituality is a unit of Loyola Marymount University (LMU). A Carnegie classified R2 institution in the mainstream of American Catholic higher education, LMU is a nationally ranked university rooted in the Jesuit and Marymount traditions.
As of February 2020, the Center is part of Mission and Ministry, an organizational unit within the President’s Division.
Classroom Support ensures all classroom technology and equipment is maintained and updated and keeps learning spaces clean, organized, and conducive to learning. For immediate classroom needs, please call x87777 and choose option 1. Support is available:
- Monday-Friday: 7:30a-10p
- Saturday: 7:30a-10p
- Sunday: 7:30a-7p
Emergency Management serves as an all-encompassing tool for campus emergency information, disaster readiness events at LMU, and tips on how to prepare for and respond to various emergencies.
- LMU Alert
- University Status
- When to Call 911 vs Public Safety
- Immigration FAQs
- Additional Campus Safety Information
The Instructional Technology team provides guidance and support with online learning technology (Brightspace, Zoom), immersive technology, and video creation and integration in teaching and learning.
- Brightspace Support
- Video Conferencing (Zoom) Support
- Video Creation and Integration Support
- All Other Needs
Each academic unit at LMU has dedicated technology personnel. Supporting the Center is:
University Hall 3416
The William H. Hannon Library is the central library at Loyola Marymount University, and houses an array of distinctive services that support the work of faculty.
All regulations and rules or procedures applicable to learning at the Center are published under "Polices". Students are held individually responsible for these policies, as are faculty when applicable. Please be sure to review them, as well as the following:
- Polices at the Center
- Copyright Policy and Guidelines
- Campus Parking Rules and Regulations
- Discriminatory Harassment and Complaint Process
- Reporting Sexual or Interpersonal Misconduct
- Rights and Privacy (FERPA)
Rosters and Grading
Although course enrollment and contracts are processed with Xenegrade (the online course registration platform used by the Center), course records, scheduling information, rosters and grades are maintained via PROWL (the front-end of the records and registration platform called Banner). Course rosters, student contact information, emailing the class, and filing grades are done with PROWL.