International students should make their housing arrangements several months before they arrive in Chicago. Students who plan ahead have more housing choices than students who wait until they arrive in the U.S. Students who wait also incur the cost of staying in a hostel or a hotel while they search for housing.
You are considered an undergraduate student if you are seeking a bachelor's degree. If you are married, you are not permitted to live in on-campus housing and should make off-campus housing arrangements.
With some exceptions, Loyola generally requires all undergraduate students in their first or second year to live on campus in residence halls. For detailed information about on-campus housing, please contact the Department of Residence Life at: 773.508.3300, e-mail: email@example.com, or visit www.luc.edu/reslife/.
You are considered a graduate student if you are seeking a master's degree or higher. The Department of Residence Life offers some graduate student housing. However, many graduate students live off campus. Residence Life can refer you to off-campus housing resources.
These organizations also may be able to help you find housing:
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While you search for an apartment, you may find it necessary to set up temporary accommodations.