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
Linda Bannister
Journalism Program Founder Honored
Allison Houston
Class of '17 Reflects on Jobs, Service, and Grad School
BF Labyrinth
How to Enjoy LMU’s Newest Landmark
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Exploring Black History in Los Angeles
Bellarmine People
Portrait of Mark Barrett '16 used on the PSYC homepage
Mark Barrett ’16
From capstone to think tank
Elizabeth Lopez in Uhall
Elizabeth Lopez '19
A future teacher ready to give back
Greer Gosnell
Greer Gosnell '11
Environmental economist makes change in aviation industry
Headshot of Kendra Dawson
Kendra Dawson ’19
Philosophy, debate team, and pre-law
Bellarmine By the Numbers
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9:1
Faculty-to-Student Ratio
Female student in classroom
2,049
Total Undergraduate Students
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83%
Students Receiving Financial Aid
Fernando Guerra sitting in front of microphone
194
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