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Definition of Demonstration Modified

At the end of the Fall semester of the 2014-2015 school year, the Free Expression and Demonstration Policy and Approval Process was revised after an extensive dialogue between the Student Government of Loyola Chicago, Campus Activities Network, and the Office of the Dean of Students. The definition of "demonstration" was modified; the length of time required for organizations seeking to register a demonstration was shortened (from 10 business days to three business days) to make it easier for demonstrations to be registered in response to current events; and a clause was added excepting impromptu religious or prayer services from this policy under certain circumstances. To see the full revised policy, click "Read More" and review page 51 of the Community Standards.   READ MORE

What is the Student Promise?

The Student Promise focuses on caring for Self, caring for others, and caring for the community. But what exactly does that mean?   READ MORE


Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution · Division of Student Development
Centennial Forum Student Union 112 · 1032 W. Sheridan Road · Chicago, IL 60660 · 773.508.8890

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