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
Sahar Mansoor '13
Rotary Scholar, Environmental Policy Maker, Entrepreneur
Annelise Baer '07
Researaching world religions for National Geographic
Noa Gardner '16
Bringing Hawaiian stories to a national stage
Nigel Raab
On career paths for aspiring historians
Bellarmine News and Ideas
Liberal Arts with a Passport
Global Immersion Courses sent students to 5 countries this spring
Presenting Research Among Professionals
Seniors presented honors theses at national conference
An Honorary Degree for Ban Ki-Moon
U.N. leader urged students to become global citizens
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