Loyola University Chicago is comprised of four campuses, three located in Chicago and the Chicagoland area and one in Rome. The Chicago campuses consist of the Lake Shore Campus, home of the College of Arts and Sciences; the Water Tower Campus, home of the School of Social Work, School of Law, School of Education, School of Business Administration, and an extension the College of Arts and Sciences; and the Loyola Medical Center in Maywood, IL, home of the Niehoff School of Nursing and the Stritch School of Medicine. Loyola University Chicago's Rome campus, the John Felice Rome Center, is open to students from other universities in addition to Loyola students. An extension of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Rome Center offers courses in anthropology, archaeology, art history, classical studies, communication, fine arts, history, global and international studies, peace studies, philosophy, and political science. In 2006, Loyola University Chicago became the host institution for the Beijing Center for Chinese Studies, the Jesuit China study abroad program founded in 1998.
Lake Shore Campus ca. 1917 and ca. 1998
Water Tower Campus ca. 1950 and ca. 1998
Rome Center, original site CIVIS, ca. 1964 and the John Felice Rome Center ca. 2000