Business major Cody Rosa leveraged his futuristic internship with SpaceX into a full-time role at the rocket and spacecraft company’s headquarters, where they’re commercializing space travel for everyday people.
Digital communication major Thea Domingo landed a hyper-competitive internship with the Grammys, where she met nominees ranging from the director of La La Land to a songwriter behind 30+ Top 10 hits.
In experiences near and far, business major Hunter Ryan is building a sought-after resume — from filming documentaries to interning in Thailand to studying in Italy.
More connections with faculty. More unique approaches to class. More chances to prove yourself. More time for your questions. More focus on your talents.
Explore 20+ clubs ranging from Latinos Unidos to the Drama Club. Have fun at events like Silent Disco, carnival or campus cookouts. Join your classmates for discount days at Disneyland, theatrical productions like Cirque du Soleil, pro sports events or faculty-led trips around LA.
Arts, culture, sports, food, mountains, beach — whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it nearby. And being this close to Los Angeles means access to career-launching internships, behind-the-scenes site visits and job opportunities.
Virtual reality immerses viewers in three-dimensional computer-generated worlds, transforming fields like education. Marymount’s digital media communication students are using VR to create digital art and construct and explore simulated 3D worlds.
During graduation season, MCU is pleased to shine a light on a few of our students who are members of […]
When Sister Antoine-Marie Baurier left Paris in 1969, it was for a one-year teaching assignment at Marymount College in Rancho […]