Loyola University Chicago

International Admission


Residence life is an important aspect of the Loyola experience. The community that results in living with your peers is one that leads to lifelong friendships with roommates, neighbors, faculty, and staff members. For this reason, Loyola requires that all students live on campus during their first two years, unless they live at home with a parent or legal guardian.

Rome Start students live on campus with fellow Rome Start students at the John Felice Rome Center residence hall. Our residential communities prepare people to lead extraordinary lives by integrating learning, spiritual growth and development.  We contribute to students’ transformative education by offering student centered programs, services and environments that foster student involvement, responsibility and leadership.

For more on Residence Hall and community life:

Admitted students should check the student portal for more information on housing and other next steps!