Planning and Development
Loyola Redevelops Its Campuses
Since 2001, the universty as increased its total student population by 40%. Now the largest of the Jesuit colleges and universities in terms of population, Loyola is nearing the end of a 10-year plan to upgrade campus facilities, infrastructure and investment in retail and residential development adjacent to its six campuses. The table below reflects Loyola's capital investments at its various campuses since 2008.
|Campus||Capital Investment||Real Estate Acquisitions||Total Investment|
|Lake Shore Campus (Rogers Park/Edgewater)||$524,760,508||$98,091,000||$622,851,508|
|Water Tower Campus (Gold Coast)||$114,717,573||
|Health Sciences Division (Maywood)||$34,504,668||$0||$34,504,668|
|John Felice Rome Center (Rome, Italy)||$0||$31,159,000||$31,159,000|
|Retreat and Ecology Campus (Bull Valley)||$3,158,102||$6,588,000||$9,746,102|
|Cuneo Mansion and Gardens (Vernon Hills)||$1,059,723||$0||$1,059,723|
For questions about Loyola's Strategic Plan and real estate acquisitions, contact Jennifer Clark, Associate VP of Campus and Community Planning at 773-508-7450.