What is LUROP?
Housed in the Center for Experiential Learning, the Loyola Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (LUROP) facilitates undergraduate research opportunities across the disciplines. There are currently 17 different LUROP fellowship programs offering undergraduates an opportunity to conduct research with a mentor. These fellowships also offer excellent opportunities for faculty members, graduate students, and community partners to mentor young researchers, which is at the heart of the undergraduate research experience. You can find a full list of LUROP fellowships here.
In addition to fellowship programs, LUROP supports undergraduate research at Loyola through seminars and workshops, guides and resources, summer programs, and our annual Undergraduate Research & Engagement Symposium.
Use the links on the left to learn more about undergraduate research at Loyola or find out how you can get involved below.
Find out how you can get involved with undergraduate research on campus, including how to find a mentor, how to join a research project, how to apply, and how to locate funding here.
If you are currently participating in research at Loyola, present your project at the annual Undergraduate Research and Engagement Symposium! Find out more and register for the symposium here.
Find resources, forms, and guidelines for supporting undergraduate researchers at our mentors homepage here.