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LUC’s fifteen academic colleges offer a broad variety of degree options, paving the way for students to realize higher educational, professional and career goals. To learn about undergraduate, graduate and professional school program options and degree requirements, please visit LUC's Colleges and Schools page.

To learn about Loyola's new 2 year college for students who would like to save money while obtaining their college degree, please visit Arrupe College.

If you are interested in a career in medicine, join the nationwide network of pre-health undocumented students to gain more knowledge on medical school tips, resources during your medical career, scholarships, and the opportunity to connect with other pre-health undocumented students in the country. Visit Pre-Health Dreamers and be updated on all of the latest news regarding undocumented students and medicine. 

Some programs may have citizenship and/or residency requirements for admission, enrollment, and/or certification or licensing. Be certain to research the requirements of your program of interest in order to determine that you are eligible.

*Note: You may obtain a teaching license and a license to practice law in the state of Illinois if the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has approved your request for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). For specifics on the requirements for a teaching license, check out page 16 of the Illinois Board of Education FAQ Guide. To learn more about the requirements needed to practice law in Illinois, visit the Illinois General Assembly's website.