Loyola University Chicago

Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution

Division of Student Development

Contact Us

As SLE is an area comprised of different departments, offices, and initiatives, please consider the following information to determine the best contact method.

SLE Main Phone Number (Division of Student Development): 773-508-8840

Contact the Office of the Dean of Students for:

  • Concerns about a student's behavior that may present a danger or disruption to the University community
  • Gender-based violence (Title IX - including sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking) or other bias-motivated misconduct
  • Serious family, personal, financial, or other non-academic challenges (for academic issues, please contact the dean of your school or college)
  • Support for student activism
  • Support for undocumented or DACA-status students and their families

Contact Student Leadership Development for:

  • Student leadership opportunities and resources
  • Second year undergraduate student development and initiatives

Contact for:

  • Resources to connect commuter students to each other or the University community
  • Resources for transitioning to off-campus living (leases, neighborhood issues, transportation, roommates)
  • Information about programs and services specific to commuters and students who live off-campus, but nearby (whom we refer to as residential commuters, or "resimuters")

Contact the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution for:

  • Student Community Standards and The Student Promise information and resources
  • Holds on your LOCUS account, only if related to behavioral issues
    • For holds related to tuition bills, unpaid fines, and all other types, please contact the corresponding office
  • To ask questions about or report illegal activity or behaviors that violate Loyola's community standards
  • For help in seeking conflict resolution

Contact Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs for:

  • Ways of getting involved in social justice, diversity, and multicultural efforts in and outside of Loyola
  • Support as a student of color, LGBTQIA-identified person, undocumented student, or related identities in and around diversity
  • For more information on events, resources, retreats, mentorship programs, and other programming related to diversity and multiculturalism