Loyola University Chicago's residence halls are here to help make Loyola home. The residence halls are the place where you'll begin to build your community and forge friendships that will last a lifetime. You'll meet people from diverse backgrounds and be exposed to a wide range of experiences and viewpoints, enriching your perspective on the world.
Having residence hall housing options on campus in Chicago means Loyola students not only have the opportunity to share living space with their closest friends, they also have immediate access to all that the city of Chicago has to offer, including waking up to a view of the sun rising over Lake Michigan.
First-year residence hall housing offers quad-, triple-, double- and limited single-room occupancy rooms with private, semi-private, or community-style bathrooms in Campion Hall, de Nobili Hall, Mertz Hall, Regis Hall, the Simpson Living-Learning Center, and San Francisco Hall.
When you're looking for a bite to eat, there are a number of dining options at your disposal. Loyola's residential dining halls, food courts, and cafés offer diverse menu options with an emphasis on high quality, seasonal ingredients. When you want a culinary adventure outside of Loyola's residence halls, every cuisine you can imagine is available in Rogers Park, downtown, and in the rest of Chicago's neighborhoods.
Take a student-guided tour of San Francisco Hall, one of Loyola University Chicago's first-year residence hall. This green residence hall is connected to the Institute of Environmental Sustainability. Check it out!
As you plan your visit to campus, explore our Lake Shore and Water Tower campuses via our YouVisit virtual tour.