Beginning spring 2015, Pearson Street between State and Little Michigan Avenue will be improved as the City renovates the streets with infrastructure upgrades and streetscape elements. These enhancements are part of a comprehensive streetscaping project designed by the City of Chicago Department of Transportation in close cooperation with community representatives and Alderman Brendan Reilly.
Each year, more than 4,500 students move out of residence halls at the University’s Lake Shore and Water Tower Campuses. Nearly 3,000 other students who rent private apartments also prepare for their summer trip home or, if they are lucky, abroad.
Since the Mayor's Office announced the Senn High School and Loyola Chicago partnership in May, 2012, the relationship has born many fruit including scholarships and active involvement across university departments. Loyola is excited to award five scholarships to deserving students in the program. Since their partnership, both parties have experienced impressive outcomes.
Loyola University Chicago announces its new Summer on the Plaza programming at the Loyola Plaza, located outside the CTA Loyola ‘L’ stop. Running June through October, the programming will include the Loyola Farmers Market, local musical acts, ice cream socials, performance groups, group exercise, and a variety of programs for children and families.