Loyola University Chicago

Human Resources

Monthly Updates

  • June 2019 Human Resources Updates

    Human Resources is pleased to provide updates and announce new programs and services for our Loyola University Chicago community. Please review the information below to learn more about attending an upcoming University Assisted Housing seminar if you are interested in purchasing real estate, earning wellness rewards by participating in healthy initiatives, and sharpening your knowledge and skills by reviewing personal and professional development courses.
  • May 2019 Human Resources Updates

    Human Resources is pleased to provide updates and announce new programs and services for our Loyola University Chicago community. Please review the information below to learn more about how you can participate in the 2019 Bike to Work Challenge; support our undergraduate students by attending the upcoming Loyola night at the Cubs game; and more.
  • Mission Priorities

    We are pleased to announce the completion of the self-study and peer review phase of the Mission Priority Examen, a collaborative community version of one of the helpful tools for ongoing improvement from St. Ignatius.
  • April 2019 Human Resources Updates

    Human Resources is pleased to provide updates and announce new programs and services for our Loyola University Chicago community. Please review the information below to learn more about accessing your 2018 Total Rewards Statement; about an opportunity to participate in an upcoming personal and professional development EMERGE course at the Lake Shore or Water Tower campuses; and about a helpful real estate purchasing seminar for benefits-eligible faculty and staff.
  • March 2019 Human Resources Updates

    Human Resources is pleased to provide updates and announce new programs and services for our Loyola community. Please review the information below to learn more about Loyola’s efforts to help local real estate buyers through the University Assisted Housing Program; a discounted gym membership via Blue Access for Members; and how you can help shape the diversity-related experience at Loyola by participating in an upcoming Listening Session.
  • Loyola Establishes Office for Equity and Compliance

    At Loyola University Chicago, we are called upon, “to expand knowledge in the service of humanity through learning, justice, and faith.” This mission not only invites us to strive for excellence in our service to students, faculty, and staff, but compels us to do so. Loyola has maintained a strong commitment to effectively addressing gender-based violence and bias-motivated discrimination and misconduct within our University community. In the spirit of our mission and continuing improvement to address these issues in our changing higher education environment, the University is restructuring our work around Title IX and other equity-based regulatory requirements.
  • February 2019 Human Resources Updates

    Human Resources is pleased to provide updates and announce new programs and services for our Loyola community. Please review the information below to learn more about how you can participate in the Go Move Challenge; save and earn cash rewards by utilizing a Benefits Value Advisor (BVA); and work toward accomplishing your personal and professional development goals by attending EMERGE classes at no cost to you. In addition, we invite you to provide valuable feedback related to diversity and inclusion at Loyola.
  • New Paid Parental Leave and KinderCare Discount Effective January 1, 2019

    Loyola University Chicago values human life at all stages. In addition to existing programs, to better support the early stages of life for faculty and staff with growing families, Loyola is introducing two new family-friendly benefits in 2019.
  • January 2019 Human Resources Updates

    Human Resources is pleased to provide updates and announce new programs and services for our Loyola community. Please review the information below to learn more about diversity listening sessions that are in progress, our upcoming MLK Celebration, opportunities to improve your health and wellness, and more.
  • Your Duty to Report

    All of our faculty and staff play an integral role in creating a campus culture in which gender-based misconduct is not tolerated. The University is committed to education, training, and services that cultivate and encourage healthy, safe, and respectful relationships and interactions. Our goal is to foster a supportive environment dedicated to the Jesuit traditions of justice and respect for others where all students have equitable access to education and where all faculty and staff experience a safe and productive workplace.