Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar is a comprehensive resource for academic-related information including policies and procedures. The university bulletin, available there, contains the list of courses, academic calendars, registration deadlines, grade appeal policies, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) guidelines and more. View their website.
William H. Hannon Library
Part-time faculty members have full access to all library services, including borrowing privileges, materials duplication, research assistance, teaching resources, technology services and study rooms. Reference librarians can help you plan assignments that involve library research or come to your class to teach students how to improve their research skills. The library has four classrooms that support a variety of instruction needs as well as 33 group study rooms that can be reserved for class preparation or meetings with students. View their website.
Information Technology Services
ITS will assist with any computer service you need in your classroom, from web conferencing to full-service video production. If you are a new part-time faculty member, you might want to make an appointment with ITS to have a technician demonstrate the technology in your classroom. Each school or college has an Instructional Technology Analyst who is available to guide you through the ever-changing world of digital technology. Posted in every classroom is information on how to contact ITS if you need immediate assistance. ITS also runs the Faculty Innovation Center in the William H. Hannon Library where you can get help with technology-centered projects like blogs, videos or classroom use of iPads. ITS also staffs the Incubator Classroom, in the Charles Von Der Ahe Building, where you can try out new ideas in a state-of-the-art environment. During the school year, the technology group offers workshops on the latest in classroom technology. View their website.
Center for Teaching Excellence
We encourage you to attend the center's one-day Part-Time Faculty Orientation, which explains academic rules and procedures, communication systems, course development, and the technology available to you. These sessions are offered at the beginning of each semester. During the year, you can also attend CTE workshops or schedule individual consultations on course development, exam design, grading and other topics. View their website.
Center for Ignatian Spirituality
We are at the service of part-time faculty members, offering practical and experiential adaptations of Ignatian spirituality that enable you to more fully and satisfactorily integrate your academic and personal lives. The center provides a variety of presentations by faculty members and guest speakers, and offers individual guidance for those who engage in The Ignatian Spiritual Exercises for Busy Persons. You are welcome to contact the Center for ad hoc pastoral concerns, including sickness or other significant events in your families. View their website.
Parking & Transportation
Part-time faculty members get discounted parking. You can purchase parking permits by the month, semester or year at up to 50 percent off the standard rates. LMU also provides shuttle service to and from the Metro Green Line Aviation Station five days a week. Carpool and vanpool options are also available. You can register your vehicle or purchase a parking permit at the parking office located on the ground floor of University Hall in Room 1766. Or, you can do it online by signing into MyLMU, going to "System Logins" in the upper right and then selecting "LMU Park." View their website.
Department of Public Safety
If you need to report a health emergency or a crime on campus, call DPS. Posted in each classroom are guidelines for how to respond to emergencies such as earthquakes, fire and active shooter. Public Safety officers patrol the campus and the department offers safety seminars, escort services and emergency preparedness training. You can contact Public Safety 24 hours a day. For emergencies, dial 222 from any campus phone.
In the event of an emergency, LMU sends updates and important information to the campus community via text messages, email and automated phone calls. We urge you to sign up for this notification system at the Emergency Management website.
If you have an issue with someone that you feel can't be resolved through regular channels, the Ombuds Office may be able to help. This department can assist in facilitating fair and respectful interactions, identify underlying causes of problems, and resolve interpersonal relationship issues. All matters are completely confidential. For more information, contact Abbie Robinson-Armstrong, Ph.D., at 310.338.7598.
FOR YOUR STUDENTS
Academic Resource Center
If any of your students needs tutoring or help choosing a major, the Academic Resource Center can provide answers. The center offers academic support and guidance to LMU students. View their website.
Disability Support Services
Students with physical, perceptual, learning, ADD/ADHD and psychiatric disabilities, and students on the autism spectrum, can receive specialized assistance and resources through Disability Support Services. Please, make no special accommodations for students without instructions from DSS. View their website.