Common Data Set
The Common Data Set (CDS) initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers. The CDS files contain information on enrollment and persistence, freshman and transfer student admission, academic offerings and policies, student life, annual expenses, financial aid, instructional faculty and class size, and degrees conferred.
On July 13, 2020, Loyola University announced that virtually all courses would be taught online this fall. We are working closely with the Registrar to reflect these changes in LOCUS, but since there are literally thousands of changes to make, it may take a few more days for all the changes in LOCUS to be finalized.
The list below shows all the undergraduate courses that will be taught on campus this fall. All other undergraduate courses will be taught online.
BIOI 399 (all sections)
FRSC 350L (all sections)
FRSC 370L (all sections)
GNUR 238L (all sections)
All graduate courses in the Institute of Environmental Sustainability, Institute of Pastoral Studies, Quinlan School of Business, School of Communication, and School of Social Work will be online in the fall of 2020.
For students in other Graduate and Professional Schools, please check with your advisors and your dean's offices for a list of courses the will be offered on campus.
2019-2020 U.S. News & World Report
The 2019-2020 US News and World Report Best Colleges report show that Loyola University Chicago’s ranking in the National Universities list went from 89 last year to 104 this year. This change was predicted since last year’s increase (from 103 in 2017-2018) was fueled by an anomalously high six year graduation rate. This past year, our graduation rate was more typical of the recent trend. Additionally, US News added 80 schools to the National Universities list, so the change from last year was anticipated. Read more about the full report.
2018-19 Diversity Report
The 2018-2019 diversity report shows a steady, progressive movement towards greater diversity and a positive change in the number and percentage of women and minorities in all areas: faculty, students, and staff. Read more about the full report.