Experience Life as a Railsplitter
Interested in learning more about life as a Railsplitter? Then make plans to join us for a campus tour or special admissions event. Already joined the Railsplitter nation? Then find out more about New Student Registration below! Register for one of the following events by clicking the link, finding your event, selecting the date you wish to register for, and following the prompts.
NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION (NSR)
New Student Registration is a key step for those who are ready to begin their Railsplitter journey!
To register click here , then select "New Student Registration," and the NSR date of your choice!
Remaining Fall 2020 NSR Dates:
Fri. May 29, Fri. June 12, Fri. June 26, Fri. July 31
Blue & Gray Days: Coming this Fall
Current high school juniors & seniors can meet current & future Railsplitters, choose college courses to experience, and learn about the application process.
We anticipate being able to return to hosting these events and more this Fall. Follow us on social media to stay up to date on any announcements!
Use the featured images to the right to find helpful information at the touch of a button!
Still have unanswered questions? Send us an email. We'll be happy to help you through the admissions process.
Undergraduate students can apply online. We'll even let you start your online application, save it and return later to finish it up.
LMU offers payment plans to make paying for college easy for you and your family.
We welcome students from all over the globe. Join us, and pursue your career goals at LMU.
If you're considering a transfer to LMU, we have agreements with many institutions. The courses you've already taken may have equivalencies here, so you won't lose any credit for work you've done.
LMU offers a quality education at an affordable price. For many students, the individual cost to attend LMU is less than the cost associated with state schools. Find out how to apply and what funds are available to you.
Our 1,000-acre campus (that's big for a college!) is simply beautiful. This must be what President Lincoln envisioned when he dreamed of a university here. Come see for yourself, and take a tour.