Frank R. Seaver

College of Science and Engineering

Loyola Marymount University

Seaver College of Science and Engineering offers a rigorous academic experience to ambitious students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics committed to lives of meaning and purpose. We welcome you!

Seaver Profiles


International student leads team studying COVID-19

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Mechanical Engineering

Engineer enjoys problem solving and collaboration to help others

Profile of Bryan Calungcagin

Systems Engineering

Graduate student's utilizes real-world academic experiences to work at Northrup Grumman

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Health & Human Sciences

Seaver Alumna is elected Harvard Medical School Student Body President

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Seaver College

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Among Seaver College’s core values is to be a community that celebrates diversity, equity and inclusion. The college is committed to developing a culture that values, celebrates and provides equitable opportunity, and enables learning, discovery and innovation in an affirmative and supportive environment. Our DEI Committee, established in 2021, informs college policies and practices governing hiring, culture/climate and education on behalf of Seaver faculty, staff and students.

Learn more about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Seaver College

By the Numbers

Computer Science Google CSSIx Program

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Total Undergraduate Students

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Students Receiving Financial Aid

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Full-Time Faculty

Explore Seaver by Video

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Students Seize Summer Research Opportunities

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Google and LMU Partner on Computer Science Program

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“I particularly enjoy working with students year after year on research projects. You can see students develop a sense of direction as they mature in their studies. The questions they ask are more thought provoking and their methods of analyses are more in depth.”

- Anna Bargagliotti, Professor of Mathematics