Athletics and Recreation

Watching or playing: It's easy to be an active Rambler

Stay active, enjoy friendly competition, and get involved in the community. At Loyola, there's no shortage of opportunities to get moving on our campuses. We've got Division I teams, intramural sports, playing fields, a rock-climbing wall, ropes courses, dance studios, an 18-mile lakefront running and biking trail, and lots of water sports thanks to Lake Michigan. We also have plenty of other activities if you prefer cheering from the sidelines.

Loyola Athletics

Club and Intramural Sports

The Department of Campus Recreation offers both club and intramural sports, including:

  • Bowling
  • Flag football
  • Ice hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Rugby
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Water polo

Campus Recreation

Our Halas Center must be seen to be believed. As a full-time undergraduate, you will have access to this freshly renovated facility featuring:

  • 25,000-square-foot multipurpose area
  • Two racquetball courts
  • Rock-climbing wall
  • Dance and exercise studio
  • Spin studio
  • Two conditioning rooms equipped with a variety of cardiovascular exercise equipment
  • Two weight rooms
  • 25-yard swimming pool
  • Locker rooms with saunas and lounge areas
  • Pro shop

And that's not all. Our other facilities include Sean Earl Field and Track, two outdoor tennis courts, and a sand volleyball court. You'll want to check it all out during a campus tour.

Rambler Athletics

Don't miss your chance to enjoy the excitement of Division I sports, featuring true "student-athletes" with a graduation rate ranking near the nation's best. The Rambler Rowdies gives students a chance to support Men's Basketball and cheer alongside a few thousand of their closest friends. It's another great way to have fun while getting involved with student life at Loyola.

As the director of the Council of Pan Asian Americans (COPAA) fashion show, I learned about leadership. It was amazing to participate in something so meaningful.

Alexandra Dispensa

College of Arts and Sciences

40%

Students self-identified as African American, Asian American, Latin American, Native American, and multiracial or other

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