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In partnership with the staff and faculty at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, the Student Services team has developed the following resources

Getting Information

Tending to Your Wellbeing

Financial Resources

  • Sign up for free remote one-on-one financial coaching with an Accredited Financial Counselor with AccessLex at AccessConnex.
  • Review the Office of JD Admission & Scholarship’s Aid & Resources page for information about scholarships, fellowships, loans, and more.
  • Please note that The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Sec. 3513 provides for temporary relief for federal student loan borrowers – Interest on Federal Loans is being temporarily set at 0% on direct loans from March 13, 2020, through December 2020.
  • University Equipment Loan Program
  • The Loyola Commitment- Offers financial assistance to students during this time of deep economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligibility and priority will be given to those who have utilized all existing financial aid options, including loans. Funding is available for all students, including international and DACA students. For more information on this program and how to access funds, see the Process for Graduates information on the Loyola Commitment website.

Additional Resources

  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Commitment to Social Justice and Racial Equity- contains a list of things you can do to take action to advance the cause of racial justice and equality
  • Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity - Check-in with Dean Josie Gough at jgough@luc.edu. You can also join the IDE Office’s page through TWEN for resources and other communications.
  • Campus Ministry – connect with Father Jerry Overbeck, Law School Chaplain, at joverb2@luc.edu.
  • Weekly Community Circles- additional information forthcoming. Join the Community Circles TWEN page.
  • Ombudsperson – provides confidential, neutral, and independent resources for all law students regarding matters associated with the law school experience
  • Gender-Based Violence/Title IX – resources for support and safety, medical treatment, legal and/or disciplinary action
  • Student Accessibility Center – works with students with documented disabilities
  • Cultural Impact Initiative – student organization whose mission is to educate the community about cultural competency while advocating for groups that have been traditionally marginalized or underrepresented in the legal and educational realms. CII addresses bias incidents and points of conflict that take place amongst students, faculty, and staff. A reporting form is being developed to allow students to easily record and report incidents. For more information, e-mail Law-CII@luc.edu.

You are also encouraged to reach out directly to Dean Giselle Santibanez-Bania, Assistant Dean of Student Services, at gsantibanez@luc.edu, Jenna Silver, Associate Director of Student Services, at jsilver2@luc.edu, and any of your trusted member of your faculty and administration.