Loyola Law School places great importance on the health and well-being of our students and campus community. With a wide range of on-campus services and programs available around the clock, the Office of Student Affairs aims to ensure that our students stay physically, emotionally and mentally healthy.
- ABA COVID-19 Mental Health Resources
- Alliance for Children's Rights
- COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") Information and Resources for Schools and School Personnel
- COVID-19 Law Student Guide to Self Care & Healthy Remote Work Habits
On-Campus Psychological Counseling Office (OCPCO)
Loyola Law School students may meet with our on-campus psychologist Dr. Michael Douglas free of charge for up to three sessions each semester.
LMU Student Psychological Services (SPS)
Loyola Law School students also have access to the LMU Student Psychological Services Center at the Westchester Campus.
Student Psychological Services provides confidential individual and group therapy, walk-in consultations, emergency psychological services and more to enhance students' lives and encourage personal growth.
LMU Student Health Services
Student Health Services is a full-service, accredited medical office at the Westchester Campus. The SHS health care team includes physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, an x-ray technologist and trained support staff offering illness and injury treatment, women's health, dermatological care, allergy shots and more.
LLS Student Food Pantry
The mission of the LLS Food Pantry is to provide free food to any LLS student who may experience hunger or food insecurity due to financial hardships.
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Father Wayne Negrete, our campus chaplain, regularly meets with students of all faiths who are in need of spiritual guidance and counsel.
Multicultural and Interfaith Prayer & Meditation Rooms
Wellness & Convenience Collection
LMU CARES provides education to the campus community about resources, support and policies at the university regarding sexual and interpersonal misconduct and prevention.
LMU Burns Recreation Center
Loyola Law School students are eligible to use the Campus Recreation and the Burns Recreation Center at the Westchester Campus. The Burns Recreation Center features a fitness center, group fitness studios, multi-purpose courts, tennis courts and an Olympic-sized outdoor swimming pool.
American Bar Association (ABA)
Resources for Law Students and Law Schools. Visit the ABA site to learn more.
Headspace - App for everyday mindfulness and meditation for stress, anxiety, sleep, focus, fitness, and more.
Calm - App for sleep, meditation and relaxation.