Interested in summer housing for 2016?
Loyola's Department of Conference Services has available housing for summer interns, visiting students, and guests not affiliated with the university at our Lake Shore (Rogers Park) and Water Tower (Gold Coast) Campuses from May 27–August 6, 2016. Loyola has a variety of room types including apartment style suites (2 bedrooms, 2 baths, shared kitchen and living room), rooms with private baths, and rooms with community baths. All rooms at the Lake Shore Campus have two twin beds and are available for single or double occupancy. At the Water Tower campus, select from twins, queens, or double queen rooms.
Built in 2013 are two newer residential housing options, San Francisco Hall and de Nobili Hall. San Francisco Hall is Loyola's first green residence hall and is Gold-LEED certified and de Nobili is pending Silver-LEED certification.
If you are a visiting intern looking for housing please review our Intern Housing Page
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Residential Guest Housing Options
Water Tower Campus (Gold Coast):
|Baumhart Hall is a high-rise deluxe apartment-style residence hall with approximately 420 beds in the heart of downtown Chicago. Open year-round for short and long term-stays, Baumhart Hall is ideal for visiting students, conferences, work relocations, and guests visiting Chicago. Baumhart Hall is Energy Star rated in the top 75% of energy conservation.
Lake Shore Campus (Rogers Park):
|de Nobili Hall|
|de Nobili Hall is one of Loyola's newest residence halls and is a Silver LEED certified building. This five-story building opened in fall 2013 and has 200 beds, semi-private baths, lounges, laundry facilities, and a 350-seat dining hall.
|Mertz Hall is an eighteen story dorm-style residence hall located near the Loyola Red Line "L" stop. The building includes 600 beds and two study lounges on each floor. Connected to the building is Centennial Forum, which includes a large conference room and theatre.
|Regis Hall has 416 beds in a combination of both double and single-rooms with private bathrooms. Laundry facilities, lounges and study areas are located on each floor. The first floor includes a seminar room, multi-purpose room, and several lounges.
|San Francisco Hall|
|Completed in fall 2013, San Francisco Hall is a Gold LEED certified building and an integral part of the Center for Sustainable Urban Living. This is Loyola's first green residence hall and has 400 beds, a green cafe, greenhouse, and clean energy laboratory, along with many other eco-friendly features.
|Santa Clara Hall|
|Santa Clara Hall is a nine-story apartment-style residence hall located on the shores of Lake Michigan. This building re-opened in Fall 2008 as a newly renovated, 200 bed residence hall with two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments. Each apartment features a full kitchen and living room.
|The Simpson Living-Learning Center is a five story residence hall with 400 beds and includes a combination of double and single occupancy rooms. The building features study and TV lounges with kitchenettes and laundry facilities on each floor. The ground floor features one of Loyola's dining facilities and a large multi-purpose room.
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