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“Arrupe College students became acquainted with St. Ignatius, Ignatian spirituality, and the mission of the Society of Jesus through an immersive experience in Italy.”READ MORE
“Loyola's diverse array of student clubs and organizations has been instrumental in nurturing my leadership skills and boosting my self-confidence. These experiences have not only allowed me to inspire others but have equally served as a source of inspiration for my own personal growth.”READ MORE
"At Arrupe, it's about more than what classes students take. It's the community support, opportunities for leadership development, personal experiences, and time spent with friends."READ MORE
Arrupe College has been spotlighted for its innovative two-year program designed to remove the barriers to education and help disadvantaged students earn college degree in USA Today's article, Academic Aid: How colleges work to close the education gap for minority students.READ MORE
Rocco and Roxanne Martino are committed to lowering barriers to higher education and empowering Loyola University Chicago students from diverse communities to earn degrees, develop careers, and benefit their communities.READ MORE
Largest gift in University history funds scholarships for underrepresented students.LEARN MORE
Alumni Tom Hund ‘76 and Judy Hund ‘77 Establish Two New Endowed Funds for Arrupe College.LEARN MORE
Every year, the University’s academic deans recognize a student who has exemplified a commitment to leadership, scholarship, and service throughout their time at Loyola. This year, Jacqueline Plascencia-Perez (Class of 2022) was recognized.READ MORE
This new investment will support student retention and recruitment goals over the next three years and will allow Loyola to invest in a pilot housing program, hire new staff focused on student success and retention, and further develop the Black Men for Success program.READ MORE
We are pleased to announce that Fr. Thomas Neitzke, S.J., EdD, has been appointed dean of Arrupe College.READ MORE
Arrupe students will be awarded $5,000 Gebrüder Weiss scholarships each year for the next five years.READ MORE
"Covid-19 Is a Pivotal Moment for Struggling Students. Can Colleges Step Up?"
"New Profit Announces Recipients of Grants for its Postsecondary Innovation for Equity (PIE) Initiative"