Ignatian Family Advocacy Month (IFAM) brings the education, prayer, and advocacy of the Ignatian Family Teach-In back to campus. Each spring semester, IFAM encourages members of the Loyola community to address specific justice issues as it resonates with our community. Learn about Loyola’s IFAM projects, including a student art gallery!
From Nicaragua to Indonesia, and plenty of points in between, Loyola University Chicago alumni are serving in the Peace Corps to make the world a better place. Loyola ranks 14 among medium-sized schools on the Peace Corps's 2017 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities list. Click to read more. READ MORE
Unified in Diversity
Come reflect on migration issues through a variety of art exhibits made by Loyola students! he gallery displays works that convey stories of immigrants and refugees, celebrate diversity, and express the Catholic Church's call for solidarity with "the stranger."
Join the CSA for weekly trips to St. Thomas of Canterbury Soup Kitchen. Students meet every Tuesday and Friday in Damen 232 at 3:30 p.m. to the soup kitchen together. St. Thomas asks that you wear the following: a hat, clothing that covers the shoulders and knees (no shorts, yoga pants or legging), and closed-toe shoes. LEARN MORE
Service is an integral part of the Loyola mission. As a student, it's easy to get involved with service projects at Loyola and around the community. LU Wolf shows you a few of the ways in which you can get involved.