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A Campus of Inclusion and Respect

Integrating the values of social justice onto our campuses is a vital part of our Jesuit missionWare continuously striving to evolve in ensuring our students, faculty, and staff are supported through diversity and inclusion. This includes providing timely synchronous and/or asynchronous resources and reporting repositories as part of our efforts to continually improve and expand our diversity, equity, and inclusion, knowledge and application. 

Making it Real


Loyola’s Anti-Racism Initiative brings students, staff, and faculty together to address structural racism, and work toward authentic change in our community, in the academy, and in our society.


Institute for Racial Justice

The Institute aspires to gain a greater understanding of racism in all its forms and to find new ways of connection and action to facilitate greater equity and justice.


Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs

Advances the recognition and appreciation of our diverse community, promotes multicultural education across campus, strives to ensure the retention and success of underrepresented students, and fosters a supportive, inclusive environment for all.


Student Actvities & Greek Affairs

Offering opportunities for students to connect, learn, and engage beyond the classroom. Through shared experiences, students gain a greater sense of self and community to foster positive social change.


Student Success

Helps students learn about themselves and fundamentally evolve in the way they perceive, think and act in our global society, becoming driven toward action that leads to more just communities.


Special Populations

Promotes academic resilience, discernment, and success while navigating the Loyola Student Experience by providing intentional advising, wraparound support, and attainment-based programming


White Coats for Black Lives

Aims to eliminate racism in the practice of medicine, to foster crucial conversations aimed at recognizing that racism is a public health crisis, and to prepare future physicians to treat all patients with equal dignity and respect.


Community Living

Live together in a residence hall with other students who share your interests and be part of a tight-knit community within Loyola, making it easy to develop close friendships from the start.