New Student Programs is excited to welcome new transfer students to Loyola through:
- Transfer Orientation
- New Student Convocation and First-Year Text discussions
- UNIV 201: Transfer Seminar
- Transfer Retreat
- Tau Sigma: Loyola's Chapter of the National Transfer Honor Society.
Tips for Getting Involved
Whether you like cooking and gospel choir or politics and water polo, you can get involved at Loyola! Participate in any of our more than 175 student organizations to enhance your resume, learn valuable leadership and organizational management skills, make new friends, and enjoy a rich college experience. Check out the Student Activities and Greek Affairs website to learn more.
Loyola competes in more than a dozen men's and women's NCAA Division I sports, including basketball, cross-country, golf, soccer, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball, and also has a women’s NCAA Division I softball team. Team athletic facilities include the Joseph J. Gentile Center, a 5,200-seat arena that features three full-size courts and 18 baskets. Loyola also has soccer and softball fields and a running track. Learn more about athletics at Loyola.
The Department of Campus Recreation offers numerous club and intramural sport programs, including bowling, flag football, ice hockey, lacrosse, rugby, Ultimate Frisbee, and water polo. All full-time undergraduate students receive a membership to Halas Sports Center, a recently renovated facility that features a 25,000 square-foot multipurpose area, two racquetball courts, a dance/exercise studio, a spin studio, two conditioning rooms equipped with a variety of cardiovascular exercise equipment, two weight rooms, a 25-yard swimming pool, locker rooms with saunas and lounge areas, and a pro shop. Satellite facilities include Sean Earl Track and Field, two outdoor tennis courts, and a sand volleyball court.