Known for their hallmark “LMU tone and style” marked by richness, intensity, and musicality, the LMU Choruses are looking forward to their fourth international trip. Comprised of the Consort Singers, the Women’s Chorus and the Concert Choir, the LMU Choruses have long been recognized as one of the country’s leading collegiate choral programs. Spearheaded by an invitation to return to Paris after a 2015 trip, the group has performances scheduled in England and France in summer 2019.
Raised: $4,660
Goal: $4,500
Percentage Funded: 100%
Donors: 52
The men’s and women’s lacrosse teams date back to the 1980s and 1990s on campus, respectively, but despite their tenure they face some challenges being club sports. Both teams are looking to re-establish themselves as forces in their respective leagues. In an effort to streamline their pregame and practice prep, the teams are looking to purchase a large storage shed to house all their equipment and gear, which is currently not stored close to Drollinger Field.
Raised: $1,929
Goal: $3,500
Percentage Funded: 55%
Donors: 25
LMU’s 22 sororities and fraternities collectively make up one of the largest student-run organizations on campus, Sorority & Fraternity Life (SFL). Students in SFL participate in experiences that highlight exceptional academics, cultural development, leadership opportunities, and service with and for others. Their annual Leadership Summit brings members of each chapter together to build connections across chapters and hone their leadership skills. Help send more student leaders to this summit.
Raised: $780
Goal: $2,500
Percentage Funded: 31%
Donors: 15
Sullivan Field, home to LMU’s men’s and women’s soccer teams, recently underwent a major renovation which included removing old bleachers, installing new bleachers for nearly 1,000 fans, and purchasing a new scoreboard for the west side of the field. The new-look field is poised to serve the teams as they look to continue their winning records at home, but some upgrades remain, including the purchase of 12 speakers for a new sound system.

Raised: $9,000
Goal: $5,000
Percentage Funded: 100%
Donors: 23
LMU’s El Espejo is a mentoring program which connects more than 80 Loyola Marymount University students each week with more than 150 high-risk students at Lennox Middle School. Their “LMU Overnight” event provides these middle school students and their parents the opportunity to have a positive experience in a college environment and to see the possibilities available to them.

Raised: $4,060
Goal: $4,000
Percentage Funded: 100%
Donors: 53
Developed in conjunction with the Community of Care, the LMU Student Emergency Aid Fund provides financial assistance to students on a case-by-case basis. The Fund has helped students when a sudden hardship or personal and unforeseen crisis occurs, and allows students to stay on track with their academic goals. Established last year, the Student Emergency Aid Fund already has made a difference in students’ lives and needs your further support.
Raised: $1,640
Goal: $2,500
Percentage Funded: 65%
Donors: 18

Raise the Roar is Loyola Marymount University’s crowdfunding initiative that provides an opportunity for LMU alumni, parents, friends, faculty and staff to support student-centered projects. The 30-day campaigns raise additional funding beyond what the university provides, allowing departments and student organizations to complete special projects. The current crowdfunding campaign began on Feb. 21, 2018 and will end on Mar. 22, 2018.