Thank you for visiting Marymount California University. In just the past few years, our institution has expanded its range of four-year and graduate programs, added two dynamic campus locations, attained university status and announced an exciting new name. What hasn’t changed, however, are the core values we’ve held from the beginning. As a Catholic university, we are as committed to serving others as we are to student success. We welcome learners of all backgrounds, experiences and ages, and we expect our students to create positive change in the world.
|Marymount California has three distinct campuses. Each offers a unique learning opportunity.
It’s why people come to Southern California
Of all the amazing things Los Angeles has to offer, the weather is high on the list. We enjoy an average high of 75 degrees and sunshine three out of four days of the year. With our warm, sunny days and cool, breezy nights, not much compares to life here in Southern California–home of our Oceanview and Waterfront campuses.
A million things to do
L.A. is a cultural wonderland, home to people from all over the world. Much like Marymount California University, our city invites everyone to live and thrive as members of a diverse community. Day or night, there is always something happening in L.A. You can:
- Watch a movie projected on the side of a building
- Take a stroll through Chinatown
- Visit the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
- Swim, surf or just relax at one of our beautiful beaches – Redondo, Hermosa, Manhattan, Venice, Santa Monica and many more
- Check out a variety of theme parks, skate parks and other attractions
- Hike the hills
- Enjoy the sites and shops on Hollywood Boulevard
- Marymount California University enrollment has doubled during the past three years.
- University population is comprised of 54 percent female and 46 percent male students.
- 44 percent of students identify themselves as Catholic.
- Students originate from 24 states and 23 countries.
- 96 percent of students are full time, actively pursuing associate, bachelor or graduate degrees.
- Student to full-time faculty ratio is 17:1.
- The University employs 123 faculty members and 134 staff members.
- The average class size is 18 students.
- Students completed 50,564 nonprofit service/learning hours during the past four years.
- There are more than 30 student-led campus organizations.
- The University offers study abroad experiences in more than 15 international sites.