Loyola provides a Core Curriculum grounded in the liberal arts—a curriculum that encourages students to think critically, to express themselves clearly, and to discover meaning and purpose in life. The Core provides students with a well-rounded education while also giving them a chance to explore new interests
The Career Development Center at Loyola University Chicago is reaching out to its alumni who have been affected by the recent waves of workforce reduction. The current job market is extremely competitive, impacting countless professionals from every industry.
Loyola students take advantage of many academic opportunities in Chicago, including:
Whether you live on campus or off, youre sure to find a home away from home at Loyola. And with two campuses in the city, youre never more than a few steps away from all the great things Chicago has to offer.
The Loyola University Libraries facilitate the pursuit of knowledge and creativity through user-focused services and collections in an inviting, collaborative, and innovative learning environment.
Information Technology Services serves as a partner and leader for technology needs and initiatives to enhance learning, teaching, research, and operations for Loyola University Chicago, higher education, and technology communities.
Home to more than 40 buildings, including the 45,000-square-foot Joseph J. Gentile Arena; the Michael R. and Marilyn Quinlan Life Sciences Education and Research Center; Cudahy Library, the main University library; the Information Commons, a 72,000-square-foot, environmentally friendly annex to Cudahy Library that is Silver Level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified; the Silver Level LEED-certified Norville Center for Intercollegiate Athletics;
The Strength and Conditioning program at the Loyola University Chicago is a comprehensive system incorporating all aspects of athletic performance including strength development, injury prevention and nutrition. Our program is a long-term process involving the improvement of the fundamental physical qualities and skills that are necessary for competition. In short, Loyola Strength creates a transformative environment to build the complete athlete and prepare them to lead extraordinary lives.
Student Life and Engagement (SLE) consists of many departments and programs, such as student diversity, conduct, leadership, organizations, greek life, off-campus life, and ((dop)) (to name a few!) aimed at furthering the Division's mission of "offering programs and initiatives that aspire to provide leadership, support, and service to students."If you are looking for the offices at Loyola that ensure our campus is a vibrant, diverse, engaging, and fun place to learn and develop, then chances are you will find them among the offices of SLE!