Photo of Gregory Boyle, S.J. sitting at his desk
Gregory Boyle S.J. M.A. '85
Founder, Homeboy Industries
Gabriella Gomez sitting on bench in front of the Capitol
Gabriella Gomez '95
Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Education
Photo of Harold Brooks in front of Red Cross sign
Harold Brooks ’70
CEO, American Red Cross, San Francisco
Christopher Silva posing in front of barrels
Christopher Silva ’86, Law ’89
CEO, St. Francis Wines
Hon. Carol D. Codrington in LA Superior Court courtroom
Hon. Carol D. Codrington '81 Law '84
Superior Court Justice

A Bellarmine education prepares you for anything.

Liberal arts students enter the working world with a competitive advantage for meaningful careers in media, education, nonprofit, tech, business, and beyond. Our alumni go on to succeed in diverse fields because the skills they learn here are in demand across sectors: research and analysis, writing and critical thinking, teamwork and communication.

The many paths our recent alumni have taken are evidence of the demand and flexibility of a liberal arts degree.

2019 Outcomes

A pie chart showing the different paths that BCLA graduates take after graduating

Where They Work

These are just a few examples of the companies that hired the BCLA Class of 2018 within six months of graduation. See them all.

The logos of the most common companies for LMU graduates to work

Where They Study

In 2018, about 21% of Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts students started or were accepted into graduate school within six months of graduation. These are just a few of the universities that our liberal arts alumni chose last year.

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