Loyola University Chicago

Corporate Engagement

Welcome SVCC Members

Welcome Members of the Supply and Value Chain Center

With the global workforce evolving and the need for highly-skilled professionals increasing, it is becoming more important than ever for employers to develop and maintain well-educated and motivated employees. An educational partnership with Loyola University Chicago allows companies the advantage of higher performing employees, along with increased employee retention.

Benefits for Employees

Employees who are given the opportunity to expand their education feel greater job satisfaction and have more advancement opportunities, while experiencing personal growth and fulfillment. 

Recognizing the importance of continuing education, the Office of Corporate Engagement is pleased to partner with the Supply and Value Chain Center to offer a 10% tuition reduction for employees of member companies, through the Loyola Educational Partnership Program. 

Loyola is dedicated to delivering premier educational experiences at several academic levels, ensuring graduates are prepared for subsequent career paths through more than 140 graduate, professional, certificate, and degree-completion programs.

Top 100 University

Loyola’s reputation for world-class faculty and academic excellence continues to receive national recognition. The 2016 U.S. News and World Report ranked Loyola University Chicago in the “Top 100” universities nationwide.   Prominent national organizations, such as the Carnegie Foundation, have recognized Loyola for its significant efforts in community service and engagement.

Learn More

Eligible graduate, professional, certificate, and degree-completion program can be found here.

To learn more about this valuable resource and how you can provide your employees with a 10% tuition reduction off select credit-bearing, degree and certificate programs, please contact Dr.  Janet V. Deatherage, Office of Corporate Engagement, at 312-915-6512 or jdeathe@luc.edu

Please note:  The Tuition Reduction program requires a signed Memorandum of Understanding between Loyola and the partner company, along with approval of select degree/certificate programs by the member company.