Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business


Water Tower Center Photo

Loyola's Water Tower Campus in downtown Chicago

Located less than a mile from Chicago’s Loop and two blocks from the Magnificent Mile, Loyola’s Quinlan School of Business sits in the heart of Chicago, one of America’s most dynamic centers of commerce.

Our students take classes and network in the Schreiber Center, our innovative and sustainable home, located at 16 E. Pearson on Loyola’s Water Tower Campus.

Business Education in a World-class City

Chicago is home to one of the largest and most diversified economies in the world. The Chicago metropolitan area is a center of global commerce, with a workforce of more than 4 million. The city’s infrastructure, distribution channels, and access to capital rival any other major metropolitan area in the USA.

Studying in this booming metropolis will position you for success in any number of industry sectors.

Loyola’s Water Tower Campus

Loyola’s Water Tower Campus is perfectly located for easy access to major markets and a thriving urban metropolis.

Getting Here

We are accessible by car and public transportation.

  • Get driving and transit directions from Google Maps →
  • We are steps away from public transportation. The nearest CTA stop is Chicago Avenue on the Red Line. Numerous buses also make stops on surrounding campus streets, including Michigan Avenue, Chicago Avenue, and State Street. For more information on public transportation, see the CTA and Metra websites.

Living Here

  • Loyola’s Baumhart Residence Hall and Terry Student Center serves as a state-of-the-art facility housing graduate, professional, and upper-class undergraduate students, providing convenient access to classrooms, libraries, and Michigan Avenue nightlife. (Information on campus graduate housing can be found here.)
  • Business students also live near campus in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood. Other popular neighborhoods include Andersonville, Lakeview, Lincoln Park, Old Town, Roscoe Village, Wicker Park, and the West and South Loop.