As a Catholic institution, our educational philosophy addresses the needs of the whole person. The division of Student Affairs is here to ensure that you have opportunities and support to succeed and thrive while at Marymount. We advance the mission of the University through intentional, educational, and holistic support services. Together we facilitate the overall development of students and enhance the sense of community at Marymount California University.
Campus life offers a multitude of experiences that can enhance and enrich your academic studies and your life. Living in community, joining a campus organization or Athletic team, or taking steps to ensure your health and well-being are just some of the ways that you can shape your undergraduate journey to reflect your needs and aspirations.
Get the most out of your Marymount experience by getting involved and knowing the resources and services available to you.
Ryan E. Alcantara, Ph.D.
Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students
The Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students is the chief officer for Marymount California University and reports directly to the President of the University. The following services fall under the responsibility of the Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students: Office of Student Life and Engagement, Residential Life and Student Conduct, Counseling Services, Student Health Center, Service Learning, and Athletics. The administration of the Student Conduct System, fines and appeals, student I.D. cards, and the campus Lost and Found also fall under the auspices of Student Affairs.
Marymount Tip Line
This voice mailbox, extension 7373, is available to students, faculty, staff or families who wish to leave anonymous information about policy violations or behavioral issues affecting community members. The Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students listens to these messages and follows up on the information received.
Students are issued one ID card free of charge, to be used the entire time a student is enrolled at Marymount. ID cards can be obtained in the Student Affairs Office, TDW 200.
Entering new students will obtain their ID cards during Orientation Week.
Identification cards will be good for the duration of a student’s enrollment
A replacement fee will be charged for lost cards.
It is recommended that Marymount students carry their ID cards at all times. Student identification may be required to obtain services throughout the University. Security officers or other University officials may ask for a student’s ID. Replacement cost for a lost ID is $10; failure to produce an ID for disciplinary referral will result in $25 penalty.
Lockers are available at no charge for weekday students on a first-come, first-served basis and are assigned free of charge in the Office of Student Affairs, TDW 200.
Lost and Found
The Lost and Found is located in the Office of Student Affairs in TDW 200 for the Oceanview campus and at the front desks of Waterfront and Olguin campuses.
Location: TDW 200