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 Fall 2019
Make sure to sign up for the correct section (the three digits after the hyphen)! 
Choose 1:
  • UCWR 110-017, class 1817: MWF at 10:25am. Instructor- Melissa Bradshaw
  • UCWR 110-032, class 1832: MWF at 12:35pm. Instructor- Melissa Bradshaw
Choose 1:
  • UNIV 101-008, class 2414: M at 11:30am. Instructor- Allen Green
  • UNIV 101-012, class 2445: W at 11:30am. Instructor- Allen Green