“[I chose LMU because] I thought there would be more opportunities to apply what I learned in class to the real world—to make a change.”
“It is so possible to overcome the obstacles that life throws at you. You just have to prioritize yourself and your goals, and most important, seek out a community of people who will support you.”
In an effort to increase diversity in the tax profession, LMU College of Business Administration and Deloitte Tax LLP created the Deloitte Tax Diversity Scholarship, a full-tuition scholarship for ethnically and racially diverse students…
For the lawyer and philanthropist Joan Lavine, Loyola Law School’s approach to education became the inspiration for a tremendous legacy: a $10 million bequest to support the library and social justice initiatives at LMU. “This gift will help transform many aspects of our work,” said Dean Michael Waterstone. “It will fuel the continued success of our clinics, where our students are working on life-changing cases for the most vulnerable members of our community. It will strengthen our law library and scholarly mission, allowing us to grow the impact of our services and work.”
Loyola Marymount University has established the LMU Gilman Incentive Grant for Study Abroad to provide funds that will increase access to study abroad. The $2,000 grant will be awarded to students who submit a…
Marilyn Heron ’66 attended Marymount College before the 1973 merger with Loyola University. She was one of the first students at the college to study mathematics, and she went on to forge a pioneering career in the aerospace industry – including participating in the launch of the Apollo spacecraft. As a former scholarship recipient, she knows the transformative possibilities of receiving financial backing, and her lifetime of giving to the university has amounted to over $1 million, recognizing her as a member of the LMU Centennial Society. “I’m very proud of the projects that I worked on over the course of my career,” said Heron. “If I can help, even just in a small way, it can allow students to stay motivated and continue their education.”
The announcement came at The Hollywood Reporter’s 2022 Women in Entertainment event, where more than $1 million in scholarships were given to girls from local high schools.