Loyola University Chicago

Residence Life

Multicultural LC


"The Multicultural LC has helped me to branch out and discover new things on campus because I know that when I come back to the floor at the end of the day, it will feel like home." —Melinda

The Multicultural Learning Community is home to students who share a passion for exploring issues of diversity and social justice and becoming agents of social change. As a member of the community, you will have the opportunity to learn about topics such as identity, intersectionality, allyship, race, immigration reform, islamophobia, gender identity, and trans* identities. You will also be able to explore your own identity and discuss your experiences and experiences of others with diverse students, faculty, and staff. 
Staff Partner 
Hannah Goheen, Program Coordinator - Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs
Academic Advisors
Talaya LeGette
Sample Activities and Events
  • Serve as an Empowerment Pipeline mentor for Chicago Public Schools students
  • Learn about building community as a social justice practice
  • Attend Social Justice Symposium
  • Explore intersectionality through Chicago's history
  • Eat desserts with Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs
  • Engage in diversity and social justice activities on a retreat
  • Attend Identi-tea, Solidari-tea, and Communi-tea events
  • Listen to the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Keynote Speaker
  • Create blankets for the Labre Ministry as outreach to the homeless
  • Take part in Know Your Rights Immigration Workshop
Required Courses Spring 2019
Make sure to sign up for the correct section (the three digits after the hyphen)! 
In the fall, you will also be placed in a LC-specific section of UNIV 101.
UCLR 100E-008 (Interpreting Literature), Julie Fiorelli