Get involved on campus!
Throughout the semester Chicago Center students will have opportunities to interact with American students and faculty in a number of different ways. Before the semester begins, each participant is assigned a Host Student who introduces them to life at Loyola and acts as a resource and point of contact. During the semester Chicago Center students meet and engage with Loyola's diverse student body and staff through the wide variety of courses offered. Outside the classroom, Chicago Center students are also encouraged to take advantage of Loyola's many on campus activities. These include opportunities to watch sporting events like soccer matches and basketball games, as well as the chance to become part of student clubs and societies. With over 200 registered or sponsored student organizations for everything from dance and acapella singing, to community service, cultural awareness, and political action, Loyola offers many ways to get involved.
Chicago Center students are encouraged to get involved in various student organizations on campus during their time at Loyola. Examples of student-led organizations include: the International Club, Anime Club, Irish Dance Club, Ski & Snowboard Club and much more!
As a Chicago Center student you will have the opportunity to play sports such as baseball, soccer, volleyball and flag football at Loyola with other students!
Loyola University Chicago welcomes students of all faiths to its community. Visit the Campus Ministry website to learn about the various opportunities to practice your faith as well as learn about others.