Loyola University Chicago

Division of Student Development

DSD on Facebook

Visit our Facebook Profile

See our students and campus come alive through our DSD Facebook profile, which features thousands of photos from our various events and initiatives. You may also resources and information about events, Ramblers, and Jesuit education.

Photo Albums Live

View our Photo Galleries!

Excellence Awards 2014 and Alpha Sigma Nu 2014 are both available, in addition to previous years. Click to be taken to our DSD Facebook profile to tag, like, comment, and download your photos. PHOTO GALLERY


    Like and Follow our New Facebook Profile!

    We're establishing an expansive collection of photos from our various events and programs. We'll also share opportunities from DSD in addition to highlights of our students, staff, and alumni. Help us reach 1000 likes!
  • Rambler Student Interview: Xochiti de Anda

    Get to know more about Xochiti,a graduate student in social justice and community development. Xochiti is involved in SDMA and works toward justice for undocumented students. Click to learn her story and reasons why she loves Loyola.
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    Loyola Honored in Student Affairs Work

    In honor of its year-long 30th anniversary celebration, Diverse: Issues In Higher Education has teamed up with the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) to present a new national study: “30+ Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs.”

    Rambler Student Interview: Kait Madsen

    Kait Madsen, a senior in Anthropology, is an OSCCR student assistant, a Halas fitness instructor, and a Student Community Board member, and is is active in Oxfam Loyola and leading BROAD magazine. Click more to learn Kait's story.
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    What is Student Development?

    Student Organizations. Leadership Development. Wellness. Campus Ministry. Res Life. Diversity. Conduct. Fitness, Recreation, & Outdoor Experience. Community Service. Water Tower Campus. Be involved at Loyola!
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    For your Safety: Here for You App

    Be sure to download the Here for You app from the Wellness Center in time for the new Fall semester that provides information and resources concerning dating violence, stalking, and sexual assault. Here for You is a simple, easy to navigate iPhone app that seeks to educate assault survivors, friends, and others on these serious issues.