From Learning Communities to Leaders
Students who have participated in Seaver's first year learning communities have gone on to become leaders throughout the LMU community, accomplished in their academic fields, active in campus life and so much more. See how past participants have gone on to impact the LMU community and beyond.
See how LaShyra served as ASLMU President, became a Fulbright scholar, an AmeriCorps volunteer and recipient of the Father Graham Alumni Award for Leadership and more.
See how Makeen went on to become Co-President of Harambe Mentorship program, the Community Engagement Chair for the Black Student Union, and more.
See how Andrea participated in the highly competitive SUNFEST Research Experience, earned a scholarship from the Latina Alumni Association, and much more.
See how Lucho was named LMU’s University Scholar of the Year, Program Scholar of the Year for Physics and Pure Mathematics and received a Presidential Citation and more.
See how Erica won the “Best Undergraduate Student Poster” at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry meeting in La Jolla, California.
If you have any questions about participating in a learning community, contact the Center for Student Success at firstname.lastname@example.org.