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School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Welcome to Loyola University Chicago's School of Continuing and Professional Studies! To ensure that you have a successful academic experience, please click your program of study below for your program specific new student information:

Get important information for all student!Bachelor of Arts in Managerial Arts & Leadership

Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science

Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology

Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Emergency Management

Professional Certficates

Paralegal Studies Certificate

   

Bachelor of Arts in Managerial Arts & Leadership

Meet with an Academic Advisor
If you haven't done so already, meet with your academic advisor to discuss your course of study, receive an unofficial transcript evaluation, and determine courses for registration.  Appointments can be made by calling 312.915/6501 or emailing scps@luc.edu.

Order any Outstanding Official Transcripts
Request any outstanding high school and official college transcripts from every college or university attended previously.  This way, we can document all appropriate transfer credit and provide more accurate advising.  Mail official transcripts to:
Graduate Professional Enrollment Management
Loyola University Chicago
820 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 800

Chicago, IL 60611    

Register for Classes
Regiser for classes using Loyola's Online Connection to University Resources (LOCUS). Go to www.luc.edu/locus and log-on with your universal ID and password.  Your universal ID and password will be emailed to you before registration opens.  You are required to meet with your academic advisor BEFORE registering for classes.  

Get Your Loyola Campus Card (ID)
Once you have registered for classes, visit the Campus Card office to get your ID.  The Campus Card office is located in the lobby of Corboy Law Center, 25 East Pearson.  Their hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Friday.  You need your Campus Card to access several buildings on the Water Tower Campus, as well as to use the university libraries and computer labs, to board the University shuttle, and to attend some University events. 

Learn about Financing & Payment Options
There are multiple methods and arrangement for paying your tuition.

o    To apply for federal grants and loans, complete  the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Once submitted, Office of Student Financial Assistance will contact you with the next steps.

o   To apply for university-based scholarships, you must submit the FAFSA. Learn more about scholarship opportunities for SCPS students! Visit for the most current information, applications, and deadlines.

o    Payment plans, including those that will compliment your employer’s tuition reimbursement plan, can be arranged through the Office of the Bursar.

Access your Loyola E-mail Account
All Loyola students are issued a Loyola e-mail account. Important information regarding your degree program and university announcements is sent to this account.  Information on managing your account, including how to re-route your Loyola e-mail account to your personal e-mail account, can be found at http://www.luc.edu/its/email.shtml.

Arrange for Transportation & Parking
Discount parking opportunities for various parking lots near the Water Tower Campus are available. Visit the Campus Safety’s Parking web site at http://www.luc.edu/parking for more information. The Water Tower campus is also accessible via numerous Chicago Transit Authority (CTS) buses and trains. To learn more about using the CTA, visit www.yourcta.com or call 1-888-YOURCTA.

Become Familiar with the Water Tower Campus
Learn more about the services offered at the Water Tower Campus as well as the campus layout, which includes Baumhart Hall, Loyola University Museum of Art and retail stores like The Hershey Company. Visit our campus map guide to learn more.

Purchase Textbooks
Books for the School of Continuing and Professional Studies programs are sold at the Water Tower Campus Bookstore, located in Baumhart Residence Hall. For more information, including hours and book reservations, visit the University Book Store or call 312.915.7420.

Visit the Loyola University Libraries
Visit http://libraries.luc.edu or call 312.915.6622 for information on library locations, hours, services, and tours. Tours and explanations of library resources can be arranged. Don’t forget to bring your ID for your visit!

Attend Campus Events
There are many activities and events that may interest to you, including theater offerings, athletic events, and museum exhibits. To find ways to become involved and learn more, visit our Campus Community webpage. Need more information? Contact the School of Continuing and Professional Studies staff – we’re here to help you! 312.915.6501.

   Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science

Meet with an Academic Advisor
If you haven’t done so already, meet with your academic Advisor, Michelle Moy, to discuss your course of study, receive an unofficial transcript evaluation, and determine courses for registration. Appointments can be made by contacting Michelle at (708) 216-3985or mmoy1@luc.edu.

Order any Outstanding Official Transcripts
Request any outstanding high school and official college transcripts from every college or university attended previously.  This way, we can document all appropriate transfer credit and provide more accurate advising.  Mail official transcripts to:

Graduate Professional Enrollment Management
Loyola University Chicago
820 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 800

Chicago, IL 60611    

Register for Classes
Regiser for classes using Loyola's Online Connection to University Resources (LOCUS). Go to www.luc.edu/locus and log-on with your universal ID and password.  Your universal ID and password will be emailed to you before registration opens.  You are required to meet with your academic advisor BEFORE registering for classes.  

Get Your Loyola Campus Card (ID)
Once you have registered for classes, visit the Campus Card office to get your ID.  The Campus Card office is located in the lobby of Corboy Law Center, 25 East Pearson.  Their hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Friday.  You need your Campus Card to access several buildings on the Water Tower Campus, as well as to use the university libraries and computer labs, to board the University shuttle, and to attend some University events. 

Learn about Financing & Payment Options
There are multiple methods and arrangement for paying your tuition.

o    To apply for federal grants and loans, complete  the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Once submitted, Office of Student Financial Assistance will contact you with the next steps.

o    Learn more about scholarship opportunities  for SCPS students! Visit for the most current information, applications, and deadlines.

o    Payment plans, including those that will compliment your employer’s tuition reimbursement plan, can be arranged through the Office of the Bursar.

Access your Loyola E-mail Account
All Loyola students are issued a Loyola e-mail account. Important information regarding your degree program and university announcements is sent to this account.  Information on managing your account, including how to re-route your Loyola e-mail account to your personal e-mail account, can be found at http://www.luc.edu/its/email.shtml.

Arrange for Transportation & Parking                                                                                          Discount parking opportunities for various parking lots near the Water Tower Campus are available. Visit the Campus Safety Parking web site at http://www.luc.edu/parking/ for more information on parking at the Water Tower and Lake Shore campuses. Both campuses are accessible via numerous Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) buses and trains. To learn more about using the CTA, visit www.yourcta.com or call 1-888-YOURCTA.

Several parking lots are available for students on the Loyola Medical Center campus.  Maps and information for getting to each building as well as parking information can be found on the Stritch School of Medicine Map & Directions page. Parking is free the first 30 minutes; for additional lenght of time the fee is $4. While valet is available, students are advised against using it, as the valet is only open during normal daytime  hours.

Become Familiar with the Water Tower Campus, Maywood, and Lake Shore Campuses
Learn more about the services offered at the 
Water Tower Campus and Lake Shore Campus. Also, to become familiar with the campuses, visit our campus map guide to learn more.

Classes will also be held at Loyola University Chicago's Maywood, IL campus.
Purchase Textbooks
Books for the School of Continuing and Professional Studies programs are sold at the Water Tower Campus Bookstore, located in Baumhart Residence Hall. For more information, including hours and book reservations, visit the University Book Store or call 312.915.7420.

Visit the Loyola University Libraries
Visit http://libraries.luc.edu or call 312.915.6622 for information on library locations, hours, services, and tours. Tours and explanations of library resources can be arranged. Don’t forget to bring your ID for your visit!

Attend Campus Events
There are many activities and events that may interest to you, including theater offerings, athletic events, and museum exhibits. To find ways to become involved and learn more, visit our Campus Community webpage. Need more information? Contact the School of Continuing and Professional Studies staff – we’re here to help you! 312.915.6501.

   Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology


Meet with an Academic Advisor
If you haven’t done so already, meet with your academic Advisor, Stephanie Wilson, to discuss your course of study, receive an unofficial transcript evaluation, and determine courses for registration. Appointments can be made by contacting Stephanie at (708) 216-5553 or swilson5@luc.edu.

 
Order any Outstanding Official Transcripts
Request any outstanding high school and official college transcripts from every college or university attended previously.  This way, we can document all appropriate transfer credit and provide more accurate advising.  Mail official transcripts to:

Graduate Professional Enrollment Management
Loyola University Chicago
820 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 800

Chicago, IL 60611    

Register for Classes
Regiser for classes using Loyola's Online Connection to University Resources (LOCUS). Go to www.luc.edu/locus and log-on with your universal ID and password.  Your universal ID and password will be emailed to you before registration opens.  You are required to meet with your academic advisor BEFORE registering for classes.  

Get Your Loyola Campus Card (ID)
Once you have registered for classes, visit the Campus Card office to get your ID.  The Campus Card office is located in the lobby of Corboy Law Center, 25 East Pearson.  Their hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Friday.  You need your Campus Card to access several buildings on the Water Tower Campus, as well as to use the university libraries and computer labs, to board the University shuttle, and to attend some University events. 

Learn about Financing & Payment Options
There are multiple methods and arrangement for paying your tuition.

o    To apply for federal grants and loans, complete  the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Once submitted, Office of Student Financial Assistance will contact you with the next steps.

o    Learn more about scholarship opportunities for SCPS students! Visit for the most current information, applications, and deadlines.

o    Payment plans, including those that will compliment your employer’s tuition reimbursement plan, can be arranged through the Office of the Bursar.

Access your Loyola E-mail Account
All Loyola students are issued a Loyola e-mail account. Important information regarding your degree program and university announcements is sent to this account.  Information on managing your account, including how to re-route your Loyola e-mail account to your personal e-mail account, can be found at http://www.luc.edu/its/email.shtml.

Arrange for Transportation & Parking
Discount parking opportunities for various parking lots near the Water Tower Campus are available. Visit the Campus Safety Parking web site at http://www.luc.edu/parking/ for more information on parking at the Water Tower and Lake Shore campuses. Both campuses are accessible via numerous Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) buses and trains. To learn more about using the CTA, visit www.yourcta.com or call 1-888-YOURCTA.

Become Familiar with the Water Tower Campus and Lake Shore Campuses
Learn more about the services offered at the Water Tower Campus and Lake Shore Campus. Also, to become familiar with the campuses, visit our campus map guide to learn more.

Purchase Textbooks
Books for the School of Continuing and Professional Studies programs are sold at the Water Tower Campus Bookstore, located in Baumhart Residence Hall. For more information, including hours and book reservations, visit the University Book Store or call 312.915.7420.

Visit the Loyola University Libraries
Visit http://libraries.luc.edu or call 312.915.6622 for information on library locations, hours, services, and tours. Tours and explanations of library resources can be arranged. Don’t forget to bring your ID for your visit!

Attend Campus Events
There are many activities and events that may interest to you, including theater offerings, athletic events, and museum exhibits. To find ways to become involved and learn more, visit our Campus Community webpage. Need more information? Contact the School of Continuing and Professional Studies staff – we’re here to help you! 312.915.6501.

    

Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Emergency Management


Meet with an Academic Advisor
If you haven’t done so already, meet with your academic Advisor, Stephanie Wilson, to discuss your course of study, receive an unofficial transcript evaluation, and determine courses for registration. Appointments can be made by contacting Stephanie at (708) 216-5553 or swilson5@luc.edu.

Order any Outstanding Official Transcripts
Request any outstanding high school and official college transcripts from every college or university attended previously.  This way, we can document all appropriate transfer credit and provide more accurate advising.  Mail official transcripts to:

Graduate Professional Enrollment Management
Loyola University Chicago
820 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 800

Chicago, IL 60611    

Register for Classes
Regiser for classes using Loyola's Online Connection to University Resources (LOCUS). Go to www.luc.edu/locus and log-on with your universal ID and password.  Your universal ID and password will be emailed to you before registration opens.  You are required to meet with your academic advisor BEFORE registering for classes.  

Get Your Loyola Campus Card (ID)
Once you have registered for classes, visit the Campus Card office to get your ID.  The Campus Card office is located in the lobby of Corboy Law Center, 25 East Pearson.  Their hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Friday.  You need your Campus Card to access several buildings on the Water Tower Campus, as well as to use the university libraries and computer labs, to board the University shuttle, and to attend some University events. 

Learn about Financing & Payment Options
There are multiple methods and arrangement for paying your tuition.

o    To apply for federal grants and loans, complete  the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Once submitted, Office of Student Financial Assistance will contact you with the next steps.

o    Learn more about scholarship opportunities for SCPS students! Visit for the most current information, applications, and deadlines.

o    Payment plans, including those that will compliment your employer’s tuition reimbursement plan, can be arranged through the Office of the Bursar.

Access your Loyola E-mail Account
All Loyola students are issued a Loyola e-mail account. Important information regarding your degree program and university announcements is sent to this account.  Information on managing your account, including how to re-route your Loyola e-mail account to your personal e-mail account, can be found at http://www.luc.edu/its/email.shtml.

Arrange for Transportation & Parking
Discount parking opportunities for various parking lots near the Water Tower Campus are available. Visit the CampusSafety’s Parking web site at http://www.luc.edu/parking for more information. The Water Tower campus is also accessible via numerous Chicago Transit Authority (CTS) buses and trains. To learn more about using the CTA, visit www.yourcta.com or call 1-888-YOURCTA.

Several parking lots are available for students on the Loyola Medical Center campus.  Maps and information for getting to each building as well as parking information can be found on the Stritch School of Medicine Map & Directions page. Parking is free the first 30 minutes; for additional lenght of time the fee is $4. While valet is available, students are advised against using it, as the valet is only open during normal daytime  hours.

Become Familiar with the Water Tower Campus and Maywood Campuses
Learn more about the Water Tower Campus, including Baumhart Hall, Loyola University Museum of Art and retail stores like The Hershey Company. Visit our campus map guide to learn more.

Classes will also be held at Loyola University Chicago's Maywood, IL campus.

Purchase Textbooks
Books for the School of Continuing and Professional Studies programs are sold at the Water Tower Campus Bookstore, located in Baumhart Residence Hall. For more information, including hours and book reservations, visit the University Book Store or call 312.915.7420.

Attend Campus Events
There are many activities and events that may interest to you, including theater offerings, athletic events, and museum exhibits. To find ways to become involved and learn more, visit our Campus Community webpage. Need more information? Contact the School of Continuing and Professional Studies staff – we’re here to help you! 312.915.6501.

   Professional Certificates

 
Meet with an Academic Advisor
If you haven't done so already, meet with your academic advisor to discuss your course of study, receive an unofficial transcript evaluation, and determine courses for registration.  Appointments can be made by calling 312.915/6501 or emailing scps@luc.edu.

Order any Outstanding Official Transcripts
Request any outstanding high school and official college transcripts from every college or university attended previously.  This way, we can document all appropriate transfer credit and provide more accurate advising.  Mail official transcripts to:

Graduate Professional Enrollment Management
Loyola University Chicago
820 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 800

Chicago, IL 60611    

Register for Classes
Regiser for classes using Loyola's Online Connection to University Resources (LOCUS). Go to www.luc.edu/locus and log-on with your universal ID and password.  Your universal ID and password will be emailed to you before registration opens.  You are required to meet with your academic advisor BEFORE registering for classes.  

Get Your Loyola Campus Card (ID)
Once you have registered for classes, visit the Campus Card office to get your ID.  The Campus Card office is located in the lobby of Corboy Law Center, 25 East Pearson.  Their hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Friday.  You need your Campus Card to access several buildings on the Water Tower Campus, as well as to use the university libraries and computer labs, to board the University shuttle, and to attend some University events. 

Learn about Financing & Payment Options
There are multiple methods and arrangement for paying your tuition.

o    To apply for federal grants and loans, complete  the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Once submitted, Office of Student Financial Assistance will contact you with the next steps.

o    Learn more about scholarship opportunities for SCPS students! Visit for the most current information, applications, and deadlines.

o    Payment plans, including those that will compliment your employer’s tuition reimbursement plan, can be arranged through the Office of the Bursar.

Access your Loyola E-mail Account
All Loyola students are issued a Loyola e-mail account. Important information regarding your degree program and university announcements is sent to this account.  Information on managing your account, including how to re-route your Loyola e-mail account to your personal e-mail account, can be found at http://www.luc.edu/its/email.shtml.

Arrange for Transportation & Parking

Discount parking opportunities for various parking lots near the Water Tower Campus are available. Visit the Campus Safety Parking web site at http://www.luc.edu/parking/ for more information on parking at the Water Tower and Lake Shore campuses. Both campuses are accessible via numerous Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) buses and trains. To learn more about using the CTA, visit www.yourcta.com or call 1-888-YOURCTA.
 
Courses may also be held at Loyola's Maywood campus. Several parking lots are available for students on the Loyola Medical Center campus.  Maps and information for getting to each building as well as parking information can be found through the Stritch School of Medicine Map & Directions page. Parking is free the first 30 minutes; for additional length of time the fee is $4. While valet is available, students are advised against using it, as the valet is only open during normal daytime  hours.

Become Familiar with the Water Tower Campus and Maywood Campuses
Learn more about the Water Tower Campus, including Baumhart Hall, Loyola University Museum of Art and retail stores like The Hershey Company. Visit our campus map guide to learn more.

Classes will also be held at Loyola University Chicago's Maywood, IL campus.

Purchase Textbooks
Books for the School of Continuing and Professional Studies programs are sold at the Water Tower Campus Bookstore, located in Baumhart Residence Hall. For more information, including hours and book reservations, visit the University Book Store or call 312.915.7420.

Visit the Loyola University Libraries
Visit http://libraries.luc.edu or call 312.915.6622 for information on library locations, hours, services, and tours. Tours and explanations of library resources can be arranged. Don’t forget to bring your ID for your visit!

Attend Campus Events
There are many activities and events that may interest to you, including theater offerings, athletic events, and museum exhibits. To find ways to become involved and learn more, visit our Campus Community webpage. Need more information? Contact the School of Continuing and Professional Studies staff – we’re here to help you! 312.915.6501.


 
       

Graduate & Professional Enrollment Management
820 N. Michigan Ave. · Lewis Towers, Suite 800 · Chicago, IL 60611 · 312.915.8900

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