The DOS is a valuable resource for advocacy, resources, and support for students. With our mission of helping students effectively navigate the University during times of personal difficulty, our team is committed to supporting your success at Loyola and beyond.
If there is an imminent threat to anyone's personal safety or if there is an emergency in progress, please call Campus Safety at 44-911 (from a campus landline) or 773.508.6039 (from a 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.
Recently, our food service vendor, Aramark, offered a menu in Damen Dining meant to celebrate Black History Month, which was interpreted as promoting stereotypes of the African American community. Aramark has taken responsibility for this menu and apologized. In addition, the signage promoting the menu was insensitive and inappropriate. This was the misjudgment of one Aramark employee and the issue is being addressed. Loyola has the utmost commitment to diversity and inclusion. The university is taking steps with Aramark to ensure this doesn’t happen again. Students who have concerns regarding this issue are encouraged to reach out to the Dean of Students Office at 773-508-8840.
As the 2017-18 Academic Year is underway, 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
The Office of the Dean of Students wants to affirm that Loyola’s current policies and procedures related to gender-based misconduct are not impacted by the Department of Education's formal withdrawal of the 2011 Dear Colleague Letter and 2014 guidance on sexual misconduct on campus. READ MORE
In a time when many in our country and in our community are feeling hurt, targeted, excluded, and dismissed, the Office of the Dean of Students wishes students to know: we care about you, we stand with you, and we are here for you. LEARN MORE
Whether you live at home and commute to campus, or live with friends within the University district, living off-campus can be challenging. The Office of Off-Campus Student Life (OCSL) is here to assist you in your transition from living on-campus to off-campus or to help you stay connected to campus while living at home. LEARN MORE
The OSCCR provides accountability and support for students to aid in responsible decision-making and ethical development. We offer: mediation, conflict coaching, and other pathways for conflict resolution; the administration of student hearings for alleged misconduct; and training and educational initiatives. LEARN MORE