Celebrating LMU becoming a Fair Trade University

Loyola Marymount University

LMU became a Fair Trade University in February 2014. We benefit from our location in Los Angeles, a dynamic city that brings into sharp focus the issues of our time and provides an ideal context for study, research, creative work, and active engagement.

Our Mission Statement is:
The encouragement of learning;
The education of the whole person;
The service of faith and the promotion of justice.

Our Jesuit values correspond well with the principles of Fair Trade and we will continue to expand upon this achievement as a Fair Trade University.

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Campaign Progress


Build Your Team

The Fair Trade committee provides leadership and direction for your campaign.


Reach out to Campus Outlets

Work with vendors and food service providers to offer at least two Fair Trade products (e.g. coffee, tea, sugar, gifts) in each outlet on campus.


Source Fair Trade at Events & Meetings

Serve up Fair Trade coffee, tea and other products in offices, at events and through catering.


Commit to Fair Trade Education

Sponsor Fair Trade educational events and activities on campus and work with faculty to bring Fair Trade into the classroom.


Pass Fair Trade Resolution

Draw up a resolution that reflects the college/university’s commitment to Fair Trade and pass it through the appropriate decision-making bodies for approval.

Completed February 18th, 2014

Fair Trade Products

LMU Bookstore Von Der Ahe
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Coffee Cart Leavey 4
Jazzman’s Cafe Hannon Library
Crimson Lion Restaurant University Hall
Pronto Coffee Cart Alumni Mall
Roski Dining University Hall
Lion’s Corner Cafe University Hall
Munch Market Lair
C-Lion Leavey 6 Leavey 6
C-Lion Del Ray Founder's Pavilion
Iggy’s Diner McKay
Lair Market Place Malone
Lion’s Den Malone 111


Darlene Fukuji
Kristen Kozasky