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 study of the humanities and social sciences.
Bellarmine News and Ideas
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Genovese Wins Distinguished Teaching Award
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Bellarmine Forum: The Idea of the Catholic University
Konstantinos Kaplanis ’18 excavating artifacts in Rome
Summer Internships in Journalism, Policy, and Archaeology
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Exploring Black History in Los Angeles
Bellarmine People
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Mark Barrett '16
From capstone to think tank
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Elizabeth Lopez '19
A future teacher ready to give back
Greer Gosnell
Greer Gosnell '11
Environmental economist makes change in aviation industry
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Venus Johnson '01
A holistic approach to public safety
Bellarmine By the Numbers
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9:1
Faculty-to-Student Ratio
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2,049
Total Undergraduate Students
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83%
Students Receiving Financial Aid
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194
Full-Time Faculty
Career Pathways in the Liberal Arts

“Two parts of LMU's mission really speak to me: ‘the encouragement of learning’ and ‘the education of the whole person.’ I am not in school to prepare for any specific career, but to prepare for any career.”

- Ayanna Leaphart '19