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Contributions from alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends are critical to fulfilling LMU's educational mission. They help LMU maintain the caliber of its academic offerings, attract exceptional students and provide them with much-needed financial aid. Private donations also allow the university to strengthen the academic programs of its seven schools and colleges, recruit outstanding faculty and increase research opportunities. There is no substitute for the type of teaching and learning that LMU provides. Your support makes this possible.

 

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Impact Stories

 

Lifelong philanthropists Lois and Maurice Schwartz, shown in a black and white image here, left a $6.4M bequest to LMU Loyola Law School.
Bequest

Law School Clinics Receive Pivotal Boost

Lifelong philanthropists Maurice and Lois Schwartz leave $6.4M to LLS, the bulk of which will support the Loyola Social Justice Law Clinic (LSJLC).

A rendering of the future Gersten Pavilion Academic Success Center. Image courtesy of SRG Partnership.
Campus News

Gersten Renovation to Support Student-Athlete Success

The primary focus of LMU Athletics’ Gersten Pavilion renovation will be an expanded Academic Success Center.

Late attorney Brian Barnard, J.D. ’69, stands in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in 2009, when his religious freedom case on behalf of the Summum group was argued there.
Major Gifts

Legacy of Beloved Civil Rights Attorney Lives On

LLS receives thoughtful $400K gift in support of programs encouraging students to pursue work in civil rights.