How do I log into LMU?

There are two ways to access MyLMU – go directly there by typing http://mylmu.lmunet.edu into your browser’s address bar, or by visiting the main LMU website (www.lmunet.edu) and clicking the ‘MyLMU’ link in the upper right corner. Either way, you’ll be presented with a login prompt.

How do I log into my LMU email?

E-mail may be accessed with your MYLMU username and password, either on the web within MYLMU, via mail.lmu.edu, or using a desktop client. For help with your e-mail account, please contact the ITS Service Desk at [email protected] or 310-338-7777.

Is Help Desk LMU?

Contact the LMU Information Systems Helpdesk at 423.869. 7411 (extension 7411 on-campus) or [email protected] to obtain your username and password.

How religious is LMU?

1 answer. LMU has a student population that is 50% Catholic and a faculty population that is 25% Catholic.

How do I setup my LMU email on my iPhone?

How do I set up my LMU Email On An iOS Device?

  1. If this is the first e-mail account on your iPhone, tap Mail.
  2. Tap the Mail option.
  3. Tap the Account option, then select add account.
  4. Tap Microsoft Exchange.
  5. Tap in the E-mail box and enter your full e-mail address, for example, [email protected]

Is Loyola Marymount a good school?

LOS ANGELES –Loyola Marymount University ranks in the top fifth of elite national universities on U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 list of “Best Colleges,” earning its place among the six highest-ranked private colleges in California and the top five Jesuit universities in the country.

Do you have to be Catholic to get into Loyola?

Catholic versus catholic While Loyola is a university in the Jesuit, Catholic tradition, and therefore holds weekly and daily Catholic Mass, Campus Ministry is committed to making sure that students of all faith backgrounds have the spaces and opportunities to worship they seek.

Is LMU on the Common App?

Loyola Marymount University is a member of the Common Application.

Is Loyola Marymount University a party school?

Other than water polo and basketball, the school’s reputation is that of the number 1 party school in LA. With great views and a campus hard up for daddy’s dollars, the school is now known for its party busses, cruising the local streets with underage debs.