Loma Linda University is located in a quiet suburban neighborhood within the city of Loma Linda in San Bernardino County, California. With a growing population currently at around 19,400, Loma Linda is located just south of the city of San Bernardino, the county seat, and about 60 miles east of Los Angeles.
Sharing the larger Inland Empire region – made up of San Bernardino and Riverside counties and its 3.4 million residents – with over 20 cities primarily located in the southwest corner of the region, Loma Linda residents enjoy easy access to the best Southern California has to offer!
Showcasing one of the nation’s most favorable climates, winters here are clear and cool with temperatures rarely dipping below 60°F. Summers are typically hot and dry, with average temperatures ranging from 80°F to 100°F.
In addition to a diverse, economy which employs more than one million people, the Inland Empire is also one of America 's most unique geographical regions with stunning landscapes featuring breathtaking lakes, forested mountains, deserts, and ample recreation and sporting activities venues all within an hour's drive to the shores of the Pacific Ocean.
Travel Distance From Inland Empire To . . .
- Anaheim / Disneyland 50 Miles
- Newport Beach / Pacific Ocean 55 Miles
- Los Angeles 60 Miles
- San Diego 100 Miles
- Mexico / US border 145 Miles
- Mammoth Mt. Ski Resort 205 Miles
- Las Vegas, NV 225 Miles
- Phoenix, AZ 325 Miles
- Sacramento 400 Miles
- San Francisco 440 Miles
- Salt Lake City, UT 675 Miles
- Denver, CO 950 Miles