Loyola University Chicago

Information Technology Services



Time: 10:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Location: Sr. Jean MPR North
Presenter: Betsi Burns, Elizabeth Reynders, Larry Adams
Resource Table: 18, staffed by Michael Rogers from Oracle

About the Vendor/Presentation:

This presentation will cover a few of the basic tools available to advisors and students to assist with planning and completing the student's academic career at Loyola. This includes the Academic Advisement Report, the My Planner, Academic Requirements Outline, and a few other soon-to-be released tools.

LOCUS (Loyola's Online Connection to University Services) is a student information system developed by PeopleSoft, now owned by Oracle. It is a popular student information product for higher education that Loyola, like most schools, has customized to meet unique requirements. Loyola has used LOCUS since 2004 with two major upgrades in 2009 and 20018.

About LOCUS at Loyola