Preparing for Student Move Out, Parking and Thinking Green
Loyola Neighborhood News: Water Tower Campus - V3, I5
Beginning this week, Loyola will celebrate the end of the academic year and facilitate the move out little over 600 student residents from Raymond C. Baumhart Hall at 26 E Pearson.
As part of planning for move-out, the university will take important measures to ensure that students are able to quickly and easily move items and load vehicles.
Move-out for all students will span seven days. This will require parking restrictions to alleviate disruptions in traffic flow.
Thursday, May 3 – Tuesday, May 8 | 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, May 9 | 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Affected Streets: 1-43 E Chestnut, south side of street only (City will bag meters and post signs)
As Loyola strives to be the most sustainable campus in Chicago, the Center for Urban Environmental Research and Policy (CUERP) created “Think Green and Give, “a charitable collection event in which gently used, clean clothing and household items, and nonperishable unopened food/toiletries are collected at the end of the academic year when students move out of the residence halls for the summer. Collection stations will be placed on Water Tower campus.
In 2011, “Think Green and Give” netted 3,528 lbs of clothing and household goods diverted the landfill to be reused as intended!
Thank you very much for your patience during this hectic time. If you have any questions, need any further information, please, do not hesitate to call Summur Roberts, Director of Community Relations at 773.508.7450 or email email@example.com.