Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing
On behalf of the faculty and staff, we are delighted to welcome you to the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, Loyola University Chicago. Our BSN, MSN, and DNP programs are fully accredited by the Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Our faculty members are dedicated to working with you to assist you in achieving your goals for graduate education. We anticipate that you will gain the knowledge and skills necessary for you to assume a leadership role in your chosen area of specialization and make a significant contribution to the profession and those whom you serve.
Congratulations on your positive decision to pursue your graduate education at Loyola University Chicago's Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing. You are embarking on an exciting journey that is intended to be both challenging and enriching. We wish you great success!
Vicki Keough, PhD, APN/ACNP-BC MariJo Letizia, PhD, APN/ANP-BC, FAANP
Dean and Professor Associate Dean, Master's and DNP Program
We highly recommend all new graduate students attend new student orientation, which is held the week before classes begin every fall and spring semester. The session includes general information, an introduction fo faculty and staff, and lunch. Please RSVP to the new student orientation now.
School of Nursing Website
The School of Nursing website http://www.luc.edu/nursing is the "go to" site for academic policies, resources, forms, and announcements.
Map of the Loyola University Health Systems (LUHS) Campus
Students in the MSN programs at Loyola University Chicago attend classes and events at the Loyola University Health Systems (LUHS) campus in Maywood, Illinois. The Maywood Campus Map will detail our School of Nursing building and visitor parking.
Health Sciences Library Information
The Loyola Health Sciences Library, located on the LUHS campus, provides a wealth of information and services for students. Click User Services for general information and useful links.
Obtaining Loyola University Health System (LUHS) ID
All degree seeking graduate-level nursing students who will attend face-to-face classes on the LUHS campus are required to obtain an LUHS ID. This ID is obtained through the Parking/Student ID Office, located on the LUHS Campus in Room 1606 in the Mulcahy Building
(Phone: 708-216-9092). Those students who attend orientation will receive their LUHS ID that day. Students in online programs are not required to obtain a LUHS ID.