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Loyola Marymount University

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Loyola Marymount University

One LMU Dr, MS 8150
Los Angeles, California 90045-2659

500Largest Group
86Meeting Rooms
2500Overnight Guests
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Private medium-sized Jesuit university immediately north of LAX. Convenient westside Los Angeles location with free parking, excellent meeting room options, and on-campus housing available during the summer months of June and July.
Nearby Cities & Number of Miles:
Downtown Los Angeles - 19
Santa Monica - 6
Culver City - 5
Nearest Airport/ Number of Minutes:
Los Angeles International / 5
On-campus housing June 1-August 1; meeting and banquet space available year-round.
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Suite/Apt Style
Residence Halls
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Private Communal Semi-Private
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Presentation technology available in classrooms and most meeting rooms.
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On-campus catering and dining options available.

ACCED-I 1 Stop Certified

Event Spaces

Meeting RoomDescriptionsSquare Footage
Bird Nest Situated on a bluff overlooking Los Angeles with many large windows allowing natural light inside. Uniquely named "Bird Nest," it is a space worth checking out

"Boardroom" Malone 455 A conference room for those important meetings that require the utmost privacy seating up to 12 people

Burns 125 Murphy Recital Hall An auditorium that can accommodate up to 212 theater style that is perfect for performances with usage of our stage lights

Burns Recreation Center Back Court

EEC 1857 Have a powerpoint to present? This conference room can accommodate any preferred set-up seating up to 60 classroom style to 150 theater style and many others

Malone 112AB A single room that can be split into two to form Malone 112A (675 sq. ft) and Malone 112B (540 sq. ft)

"McIntosh" University Hall 3999 A conference room that has large windows with a view of inside University Hall

Seaver 100 A classroom with the traditional lecture room set-up for seminars, placement exams, etc.

Sculpture Gardens An open, outdoor space amongst a few trees with a view overlooking Los Angeles that is perfect for receptions and other purposes

St. Robert's Auditorium An auditorium equipped with a rised staged that is perfect for any event

St. Robert's Classroom Located in the St. Robert's Building, this classroom accommodates up to 48.

"The Hill" Malone 400 A spacious room that can accommodate various set-ups whether it is for a seminar or a small reception

The Living Room

University Hall 1000 An auditorium that can accommodate up to 150 classroom style

University Hall Classroom

Roski One of our dining halls located in University Hall that can be transformed into an elegant space for any banquet seating up to 280



  • Sodexo Campus Services
    LMU is proud to partner with Sodexo Campus Services in order to serve your event catering needs. From banquets to barbecues, working lunches to formal affairs, Sodexo provides an extensive menu of quality cuisine to suit your taste and budget.
    >>> menu (PDF)


Facility# of Rooms# of BedsRoom TypeBath TypeA/C
McCarthy 200 Residence Halls Shared no
McKay 300 Residence Halls Shared no
Rains Hall 300 Residence Halls Shared no
Whelan Hall 170 Residence Halls Shared no
Del Rey South 200 Residence Halls Shared no
Del Rey North 200 Residence Halls Shared no
Leavey 4 170 Suite/Apartment Style Shared no
Leavey 5 170 Suite/Apartment Style Private no
Leavey 6 170 Suite/Apartment Style Shared no
O'Malley 150 Suite/Apartment Style Shared no
Tenderich 140 Suite/Apartment Style Shared no


  • The Lair Marketplace
    The Lair Marketplace can be found on the main floor of the Malone building. With a wide selection of menus to choose from, any cravings or preference can be satisfied whether it is a custom-made burrito bowl or a freshly rolled sushi. The Lair Marketplace also features many gluten-free and vegetarian options; LMU was awarded the #5 Gluten Free Accommodating College by Udi's Gluten Free in 2015!
  • Iggy's Diner
    Iggy's Diner is located on the 1st floor of McKay Hall. From the decor to the menu, inspiration came from wanting to provide the classic 1950's diner experience. A must try is the signature Lion burger with a side of steak cut fries and having it next to a jukebox can make it that much more enjoyable. With late hours of operation, your midnight milkshake cravings can be satisfied!
    >>> menu (PDF)
  • Crimson Lion
    Crimson Lion is located on the first floor of University Hall. Crimson Lion features the full service dining experience with the option for patio seating. Enjoy a meal on the patio with a glass of wine from our wine list!
    >>> menu (PDF)
  • Roski Dining
    Roski Dining is located on the first floor of University Hall. Known for its "Fresh & Light" menu, Roski Dining includes a soup and salad bar, fresh panini sandwiches made daily, frozen yogurt, and many more! Enjoy your meal in our dining area, or grab an Uber Wrap to go when you're in a hurry!
  • Lion's Corner Cafe
    Lion's Corner Cafe is located on the first floor in University Hall. We Proudly Brew Starbucks, so you can have your favorite drink right on campus. Start your morning with a Starbucks coffee and a fresh bagel or an afternoon Starbucks tea with a pastry!


ATM Machines A Bank of America ATM is located outside of the Lair Marketplace in the Malone Student Center, a University Credit Union ATM is located outside of St. Robert’s Auditorium, and a Wells Fargo ATM can be found on the first floor of University Hall.

Burn's Recreation Center The Burn’s Recreation Center is available for guest use at a fee of $10 per day or $30 per week for all individuals 18 and over. Anyone under the age of 18 must also have a parent/guardian signed waiver. The fee must be paid individually at the Burn’s Recreation Center. This facility includes basketball courts, workout equipment and pool.

Computer Lab For those without their own computer, an on-campus computer lab is located in the William H. Hannon Library. 


Internet access The Internet can be accessed in all of the residence halls through the use of your personal laptop with a self-installed Ethernet card and network cable. Wireless access is also available.

Area Attractions

Getty Museum Enjoy art, architecture, and the gardens at the Getty Center and the Getty Villa.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art With 100,000 objects dating from ancient times to the present, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is the largest art museum in the western United States.

La Brea Tar Pits The Page Museum is located at the Rancho La Brea Tar Pits in the heart of Los Angeles. Rancho La Brea is one of the worlds most famous fossil localities, recognized for having the largest and most diverse assemblage of extinct Ice Age plants and animals in the world.

Museum of Contemporary Art Founded in 1979, MOCA is the only museum in Los Angeles devoted exclusively to contemporary art.

Griffith Observatory Griffith Observatory's unique architecture and setting, compelling programmatic offerings, and cinematic exposure have made it one of the most famous and visited landmarks in southern California.