The Quinlan School of Business, Undergraduate Programs office offers a number of co-curricular events and opportunities for our students. We believe that learning should continue outside of the classroom. We encourage students to get involved and make the most out of your Quinlan experience.
Which fork do I use? What is with all these glasses? And what if I don't like the food? Learn proper dining and networking etiquette so you will fit into the business world. This event is open to all Loyola students. Etiquette Dinners are offered once a semester in the Fall and Spring. In Fall 2020, we will host a virtual Etiquette Dinner presentation. Students, keep an eye on your email for more details.
Don't just read about the business world: See it in real time. The Quinlan Ramble provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to connect with Quinlan alumni; get an inside look at corporate titans; and see what it's like to be a part of the business community. Visit the Quinlan Ramble website for more information.
In 2020, students embarked on the Quinlan Ramble to Los Angeles from Saturday, February 29 until Saturday, March 7. Recap our journey with our student blogs here, and on social media with #QuinlanRamble!
The Quinlan School of Business has launched a powerful new networking and mentorship platform called Loyola Mentors. Loyola Mentors will enable Quinlan alumni and students to build strong professional and mentor relationships — all at their own convenience and on a user-friendly platform. “Loyola Mentors will be an important professional tool for our alumni and students, particularly in the midst of the current pandemic,” says Kevin Stevens, dean of Quinlan. Quinlan graduate and undergraduate students will be able to connect with alumni and other business professionals through informal "flash mentoring."
Being an active member of a student organization enriches your overall Loyola experience with friendships, leadership experiences, professional growth, and industry-specific knowledge. It also helps potential employers see your commitment to the program and to a balance between your academic and social life. Student groups affiliated with the Quinlan School of Business can be found here.
A complete listing of registered student organizations at Loyola University Chicago can be found here.
If you have any questions regarding these events/programs or have an idea for an event, please e-mail QuinlanEvents@luc.edu.