Plan a Visit
Loma Linda University invites visitors, area groups, prospective students and their families to visit the campus and experience LLU. For prospective students that wish to visit campus and learn about the programs offered at LLUH, please contact the Office of Student Enrollment:
To Schedule Prospective Student Tours
Loma Linda University
Office of Enrollment
11131 Anderson Street
Loma Linda, CA 92350
To Schedule a Visitor or Group Tour
Vocational groups, international guests, dignitaries, health care professionals and the public may request guided tours on campus. Tours can include the Centennial Complex, featuring the Medical Simulation Center and the Embryology Museum. Other popular sites include the Heritage Room in the Del E. Webb Memorial Library, the University Church of Seventh-day Adventists, the School of Dentistry, Drayson Center and the Geoscience Research Institute.
Community groups and college or vocational groups may also request tours. Tours are designed to meet the interest of each person or group.
Please make a reservation two weeks in advance. For groups of 10 or more, a reservation is required four weeks in advance. Groups wishing to eat in the cafeteria must make arrangements at the time of the reservation.
Reservations can be made by calling:
Mary Clement, Tour Coordinator
Office of Public Affairs
Loma Linda University Health
firstname.lastname@example.org (Please include contact information with your request so that you can be contacted to make and confirm your reservation.)
Loma Linda University
In the early 1900s, the founders of Loma Linda University had a dream to create an institution dedicated to the wellness of the whole person. In 1905, the dream became reality with the foundation of Loma Linda University, a unique school that combines medical sciences with a Christian education. Loma Linda University occupies a 97-acre suburban campus and is nestled into the rolling hills in the quiet community of Loma Linda, some 60 miles east of Los Angeles. Loma Linda University is home to more than 4,500 students from every state in America and more than 80 countries around the world.
From I-10 Freeway, take the Tippecanoe/Anderson Street exit south. Travel south on Anderson Street for approximately 1.5 miles. Anderson Street leads directly to the campus.
Ontario International Airport - approx. 22 miles
John Wayne Airport-Orange County - approx. 52 miles
Los Angeles International Airport - approx. 82 miles