Information for Students

What is The Pride?

The Pride is your portal for connecting with LMU alumni who are eager to provide career guidance and help you in your journey on and beyond The Bluff!

Not sure what skills are needed for your future career? Have questions about how to pursue opportunities in a certain field? Ask alumni how they got their start and what recommendations they have for you! 

Interested in connecting with alumni of the same campus organization you're involved with? Find alumni with the same interests to answer your questions and give insight!

How to Access the Pride

LMU undergraduate and graduate students have accounts preloaded in The Pride. Your username and password details on The Pride will be the same as your LMU log-in credentials. You can utilize single-sign-on via MyLMU. The first time you log in, you will be prompted to answer a few questions to complete your profile. This will take no more than 5 minutes.

The Pride Mobile App

  • Visit The Pride on your mobile device browser (use Safari on your iOS device)
  • Log in
  • Follow the prompts to "Add to Home Screen"

How do I use The Pride?

As a student, you can utilize The Pride in a number of ways:

  • Set up a conversation with alumni mentors.
  • Ask career-related questions anonymously on the discussion forum.
  • Explore groups: Join alumni and students from similar LMU affinities or interests to learn about industry trends, networking tips and events, resources, and much more.

What makes a successful user of The Pride?

  • Be flexible: if one alumnus is not available for messaging, there are many more alumni users to connect with!
  • Be the first to reach out: introduce yourself and propose a time for a meeting or a phone call
  • Don’t ask for a job*: make sure you’re asking for advice and guidance, not for a job or internship.
  • Don’t forget to say thank you!

*Please DO NOT ask alumni mentors for a job or internship. The Pride is about building your professional network, developing your professional and communication skills, exploring areas of interest, gaining exposure to career options, and connecting your academics and career. It is not a direct resource for finding a job or internship, though it can often help with this down the road.

Questions or Feedback?