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“The Business Ethics Class Really Messed Me Up – In The Most Wonderful And Life-Changing Way”

by Palak Shukla

For LeRoy Chalmers, an alumni of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies 2014 batch, going back to school had a greater impact than he could have ever imagined.

LeRoy was in the banking industry for over 17 years, gradually moving up the ladder to Vice President at a leading Chicago bank, when he decided to [...]

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Centennial Year

Loyola SCPS celebrates 100 years

“Loyola taught me the meaning of living a meaningful life”. As the School of Continuing and Professional Studies celebrates its centennial year; we turn to students and alumni to ask how Loyola SCPS changed their lives.

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  • SCPS Faculty member Tracy Scott promoted to Senior Adjunct Lecturer

    Tracy Scott has been with Loyola since 2008, and brings a varied and rich experience to the classroom. Tracy believes that being a teacher is also about accepting insights and openness to being a student yourself. He continually strives to better himself, and in turn his students. He is a firm advocate of the philosophy that you never stop learning from students, whether it is in new ways of approaching problems or innovative creative subjective thoughts that they want to discuss.
  • Natasha Teetsov joins the School of Continuing Professional Studies team as Assistant Dean

    Natasha has served at Loyola since 2013 in the College of Arts and Science as an academic advisor in the Loyola Bridge program, helping first generation students succeed at Loyola. Her previous higher education experience includes service at Dominican University as an academic advisor, Loyola in residence life, and Marquette in pairing alumni mentors with business students. We welcome her to the SCPS family.
  • Your First Course on Full Scholarship!

    Enroll in a bachelor's degree completion program at Loyola, and your first course, Introduction to Degree Completion, is paid for by a full scholarship. This 8-week course is designed to set you up for success as a working adults restarting your education.
  • FASTRACK Programs at Cuneo Campus

    Loyola SCPS now also offers the bachelor's programs in Management, Applied Studies, and Paralegal Studies in a blended online and in-person format on Saturdays at the Cuneo Mansion & Gardens in Vernon Hills.
  • Student Demonstrates Benefits of Online Learning

    "Once they introduced the online component to our program no one was more excited than I was," SCPS student, Robin May-McMorris says. "It provides comfort, convenience, and flexibility."
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    December Celebration 2014

    View photos from the School of Continuing and Professional Studies December Celebration 2014.
  • SCPS Faculty member Michael Rydel promoted to Senior Adjunct Lecturer

    Michael Rydel has taught over a thousand students in his thirty-plus years as a lecturer at Loyola University. His teaching style comes from his ability to manage student’s time by scheduling, prioritizing, and spreading out his work. In addition, he also uses SAKAI’s online tools to help his students improve their writing and critical thinking skills, and increase student interaction in the classroom.
  • Rosalin Walcott: Her focus is on underserved children, families

    Rosalin Walcott grew up in public housing in New York City, and as a young girl she quickly saw the importance of helping others. Now, as an adult, she’s dedicated her life to serving those in need.
  • Why Go Back to College?

    Education has mattered enormously during this recent recessionary period, in terms of helping individuals to avoid unemployment and garner higher wages. Those with only a high school education have continued to lose jobs throughout the entire recession, and their wages have slid lower. An associate’s degree improves prospects. A bachelor’s degree improves wages and employment even more.
  • How can I make college more affordable?

    Loyola is transfer-friendly and has a robust program that allows you to earn credit for the learning you’ve already gained through your work, travel and the things you are passionate about, such as hobbies and causes. These options - transfer, Prior Learning Assessment, College Level Examination Program (CLEP), and evaluated training - can save you thousands of dollars and several semesters.