Many opportunities at Loyola are available for students to take action. Getting involved through active participation can be done individually or by collaborating with your peers.
View our model green residence hall room in this interactive virtual tour!
Visit the calendar often to see what events and opportunities exist to learn about and get involved in sustainability at Loyola.
Check out our Small Event Sustainability Checklist for tips on how to make your student gatherings and events greener!
Start living sustainably on Loyola's campus now using our Guide to Living Green on Campus!
Created by students living on campus, the Living Guide shares basic steps to reduce energy, share resources and other tips to save money and resources.
Choose a focus area to explore actions you can take.
Energy & Buildings
|Landscape & Biodiversity||Water Conservation||Waste & Materials|
Join a Student Group
Joining other students on campus to explore issues results in new experiences that will make your time at Loyola all the more impactful.
Meet your peers and engage other students to promote change on campus, locally and globally. Click Student Organizations for a complete listing.
Here you will find several student groups at Loyola that have an environmental focus.
To make your organization's project a success, it is sometimes necessary to get additional support, whether that means ideas or financial resources. Communicate with the Office of Sustainability about things you would like to do, and we will try to match you with other students and student organizations with whom you can partner.
For small projects, look to members of our community for support. Area businesses are often able to support small events and initiatives.
For larger initiatives work with the Office of Research Services and the Office of Advancement, or contact the Office of Sustainability directly to discuss your project.
Alternative Break Immersions
Campus Ministry offers several Alternative Break Immersions throughout the year that have a sustainability topic. This is a great opportunity for students to give back to communities and learn about how they can lead more sustainable lives. Read more....