As LPU prepares to serve our students and fulfill our God-given mission, we are diligently planning to return to campus in the safest way possible. We want to make sure safety and flexibility are at the forefront for next fall. We are trusting and believing in faith that God will continue to care for our students, faculty, and staff as He has this past semester.
LPU will move forward in mission for the transformational development of students into leaders, prepared to serve God in the Church, the workplace, and the world.
LPU students experience seamless online library access to millions of books and research materails during COVID-19 because of out-of-the-box thinking six years ago.
Update Regarding Commencement
Dear Graduating Class of 2020,
Commencement Update March 26, 2020
Due to the continued public health threat posed by COVID-19, it is with deep sadness that we share the decision to postpone the ceremonies. This decision was carefully made with recommendations from multiple government and health agencies limiting the number of people at gatherings, along with the ongoing uncertainty surrounding this health crisis.
Hello LPU Community,
The health and well-being of LPU students, faculty, and staff is the top priority of University officials. Over the past few days, there have been many new guidelines issued by the CDC, the State of California, and LA County Public Health. In addition, the City of San Dimas has reported its first case of COVID-19 – this is not connected to our campus. However, in light of these recent developments, university officials are taking the following steps:
Dear LPU Community,
The LPU First Aid & Wellness Center is committed to supporting your health, especially during this extended flu season and the current outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
If you start to feel sick:
Hello LPU Community,
The health and well-being of LPU students, faculty and staff is the top priority of University officials. There are currently no cases of COVID-19 reported at LPU. University officials are monitoring daily the guidelines from the CDC, the California Public Health, and the LA County Public Health.
The health and well-being of LPU students, faculty, and staff is the top priority of University officials. There are currently no reported cases of COVID-19 at LPU. However, we are monitoring daily the guidelines from the Department of Education, the CDC, and our local and state health authorities. The decisions below have been made out of an abundance of caution and align with public health guidelines.