Two Campuses More Than Double Your Opportunities
Nestled high in the Santa Monica Mountains and in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, The Mount’s campuses buzz with energy.
Student Life at The Mount engages students in a wide range of opportunities and experiences. Get involved and join one of our many clubs and organizations, begin planning your career, further your spiritual journey, or join our Wellness Movement to maintain a healthy and exciting lifestyle!
Looking to live on campus or commute? Learn more about Life at The Mount and gather all the necessary information about campus life.
Discover the opportunities that await when you join the Unstoppable Mount Community!
Get Inspired. Get Involved. Get Active.
Career and Professional Development
The Mission of Career and Professional Development (CPS) is to educate and support students through the career development process by providing guidance, mentoring and resources for career exploration, internship selection, graduate/professional school choices, and career placement.
Activities & Engagement
Join a student club, participate in a service project, challenge yourself at Leadership Boot Camp, explore Los Angeles with your fellow Athenians, start your own club/organization, or show off your Athenian pride by participating in one of the Mount’s beloved traditions.
The possibilities are endless!
Health and Fitness
At the Mount every student is encouraged to stay active, get fit, and make responsible choices for their personal well-being and to learn all they can about a healthy lifestyle.
Student Health Services and Counseling and Psychological Services can support your pursuit of these goals.
Navigating Life at MSMU
Whether you commute every day or stay on campus all semester, take full advantage of the services and opportunities that are there just for you.
Mount Saint Mary’s University, Los Angeles is committed to ensuring the full participation of all students in its programs.
If you have a documented disability (chronic, medical, physical, learning, psychological, or temporary), or think you may have a disability and need a reasonable accommodation to participate in class, complete course requirements, or access the University’s programs or services; please reach out to Disability Services (DS) for assistance and resources.