If there is an imminent threat to personal safety or if there is an emergency in progress, please call Campus Safety at 44-911 (from campus landline) or 773.508.SAFE (773.508.7233) (from cell or non-campus phone).
Sexual assault is a public issue, one in which all of us can pledge to support one another. Watch Loyola's "It's On Us" video to learn more about ways you can make a positive difference to help end sexual assault.
Keith M. Champagne, PhD, will be joining the University as Vice President for Student Development. Dr. Champagne will work closely with the entire Loyola community to ensure Loyola is and remains an inclusive community grounded in Jesuit ideals that puts students first. Click here to read more about Dr. Champagne.
Like most of you, we in the Office of the Dean of Students are saddened and outraged by the recent increase in anti-Asian violence across the country. To our Asian, Pacific Islander, Desi American (APIDA) student community, please know you are not alone. We are here for and with you.
The voices of those who work toward dividing us have been loud in recent years but we as Ramblers have a long history of standing together and being people for others. We call on the entire community to join us in offering solidarity, care, and support for our APIDA Ramblers.READ MORE
In response to President Jo Ann Rooney’s call for action and positive change, this past June a coalition of Loyola student organizations led by the Black Cultural Center (BCC) shared a document titled “In Support of Black Students: 2020 Suggestions and Recommendations.” Since receiving the list of suggestions and recommendations, members of the Loyola community, including students, administrators, faculty, and staff, have engaged in numerous meetings and conversations through the summer that will continue into the school year. See DSD’s August 28 response here.READ MORE
If you know of a Loyola student experiencing a crisis, such as family emergencies, financial hardship, food/housing insecurities, and/or mental health concerns, to name some, there are many ways to help. Submit a referral through the Center for Student Assistance and Advocacy (CSAA), led by the Office of the Dean of Students. DOS offers specific resources that help student navigate their challenges and coordinates with university partners to support student success. LEARN MORE
"I continue to process the violent death of George Floyd while in police custody as well as the multiple deaths preceding this incident. Although this tragedy impacts the Loyola community at large, it is important to recognize that, for some, the pain and anger runs proportionately deeper. My heart goes out to Black/African American communities who have suffered another loss at the hands of police brutality. During these challenging times, know that Loyola will continue to provide care and support to all students affected by this tragedy." --William Rodriguez, Dean of StudentsREAD MORE
All Loyola faculty and staff members are reminded of the services available through the Office of the Dean of Students and invited to utilize these services - including CARE, BCT, and others - to support students' well-being and safety, both in and outside the classroom.LEARN MORE