Connect with other campus resources dedicated to maintaining a safe and inclusive campus for all Loyolans.
Center for Student Assistance & Advocacy
As a centralized website for reporting student concerns, CSAA, led by the Office of the Dean of Students (DOS), provides support, coordination, case management, and resource referrals for student concerns across the university. The Office of the Dean of Students partners with various campus resources to support students. The CSAA website centralizes all reporting and resourcing for students of concern across the university. Behavioral, academic, personal, equity, Title IX, student conduct, and general student concerns may be reported using this one website location.
We encourage you to explore the CSAA website. Students can learn about the many ways Loyola supports them and their peers. Faculty and staff can report matters of student concerns, consult with one of our CSAA partners, as well as find resources to help you help students. Families and local community members can become familiar with CSAA to connect Loyola students of concern who may be their child, neighbor, or local business patron to the appropriate campus resources.
Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution
The Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution offers a variety of tools for conflict resolution used to meet the unique needs of students, foster learning experiences, and restore peace to the Loyola community. You can review their conflict resolution services here.
Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs
Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs (SDMA) 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 students, faculty and staff.
SDMA offers a host of trainings, events, and programs to help students get connected to Loyola and to the social justice work that undergirds our collective mission.
Wellness Center & Advocacy Services
The Wellness Center provides primary care, preventive services, and wellness programming specifically designed for Loyola students. Certain trained staff members in the Wellness Center also offer advocacy services.
To connect with Loyola Advocacy Services, call The Line at 773-494-3810. The Line is open Monday-Friday, 8am-4:30pm and 24 hours on the weekend when classes are in session.
CHANGE (Challenging Antiquated Norms for Gender Equality) is a sponsored student organization in collaboration with the Wellness Center. CHANGE's mission is to create inclusive and critical spaces to challenge norms, further prevention, and empower survivors of gender-based violence.
Looking for other ways to get involved on campus through a student organization? Want to start a new organization to promote equity and inclusion at Loyola? Check out Student Activities & Greek Affairs.
Diversity & Inclusion at Loyola
Academic Diversity - Office of the Provost
The Provost’s Office of Academic Diversity promotes an inclusive culture that values diversity in Loyola's academic affairs. The Assistant Provost for Academic Diversity (APAD) is a faculty member who oversees faculty-directed diversity efforts in line with the university's strategic plan, with a focus on creating and maintaining organizational change. The APAD draws from best practices to create policy and programming that will enhance diversity, equity, and inclusivity within academic affairs. In addition to advocating for diversity, equity, and inclusivity on numerous university committees, the APAD coordinates and delivers programming related to education, community building, and support.
You can find the website for the Provost's Office of Academic Diversity here.
Office of Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity - School of Law
For more information, visit the School of Law's website here.
Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - Stritch School of Medicine
For more information, visit the Stritch School of Medicine's website here.