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Message From:Message from the Office of Student Development
Date Sent:Monday, August 16, 2021 01:06 PM CDT

Reminder: Register for Student Return to Campus Webinar

August 16, 2021

Dear Students,

Don't forget to register for Loyola University Chicago’s Return to Campus Webinar for undergraduate students this Thursday, August 19 at 4 p.m. Central time. You can also submit any questions you may have in advance through the registration form.

Register Here

 During the webinar, you will hear from myself and a few key presenters:

  • Kana Henning, Senior Associate Vice President for Facilities; Section Chief, Campus Continuity
  • Joan Holden, Director, Loyola Wellness Center; Health Officer, Loyola Management Policy and Command Team
  • Marissa Lucchesi, Director, Student Activities and Greek Affairs
  • Deb Schmidt-Rodgers, Assistant Vice President and Director of Residence Life
  • Betsi Burns, Director, Learning and Student Success

Ahead of Thursday, we want to point you to some Return to Campus resources that will be referenced during the webinar:

  • Return to Campus Grid: The Return to Campus website home page contains a grid that explains the most up-to-date health and safety protocols in place, such as our mask and testing policies. We are currently in the Fall 2021 phase of the University’s phased reopening.
  • Positive Diagnosis Protocol: Students, faculty, and staff who have tested positive for COVID-19 must report their case to the University as soon as possible or up to two weeks after diagnosis by emailing COVID-19report@LUC.edu or calling 773-508-7707. Our Positive Diagnosis Protocol page explains the protocols necessary to report and to respond to a positive case of COVID-19 at Loyola.
  • On-Campus Testing: This page provides an overview of Loyola’s COVID-19 surveillance testing program at all three campuses. Students fully vaccinated from COVID-19 are not required to participate in surveillance testing at this time but are encouraged to so do as often as they would like. Students with religious or medical exemptions from the vaccine must test twice per week if on campus two or more days within the testing time window, which is outlined in our compliance policy.


William Rodriguez
Assistant Vice President for Student Development and Dean of Students