Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
Loyola Marymount University
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The Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts prepares students for successful lives of meaning and purpose through rigorous study of the humanities and social sciences. A transformative Bellarmine education instills the values of our Jesuit and Marymount founders: ethical citizenship, critical inquiry, and a love of learning.
Bellarmine People
Elizabeth Drummond
Applying historical lessons to current conflicts
Raciel Cuevas '15
The philosophy class that "ruined" his life
Alisha Ginsberg '17
Nothing can stand in the way of her success
Congratulations Fulbright Finalists
Competing for the opportunity to study, research, and teach abroad
Bellarmine News and Ideas
New Major: International Relations
Preparing students for lives of active global citizenship
Introducing LA's New Think Tank
The World Policy Institute at Loyola Marymount University
Rubén Martínez's Journey South
Navigating fatherhood and war in Latin America
Object Lesson: Syrian Lamp
Housed in LMU's Archaeology Museum
Bellarmine By the Numbers
9:1
Faculty-to-Student Ratio
2,023
Total Undergraduate Students
83%
Students Receiving Financial Aid
191
Full-Time Faculty
Career Pathways in the Liberal Arts
"When you first go to college, you think you've already been formed as a person. I don’t think that’s the case. You need to be open to change. Do the thing you fear the most, and believe in yourself when you do it."
- Alexia Barbaro '16, philosophy and political science major