Hi Loyola student! What do you need help with?
College can be expensive, and it's not always easy to figure out how to manage finances. Check out the Financial Aid Office, which can help you navigate scholarships, grants, loans, federal work study, financial literacy, and more! You can also learn more about financial literacy online, through Loyola's iGrad platform.
College can be exhausting and challenging! Reach out to the Wellness Center through Dial-a-Nurse (773-508-8883) who can support you when you face challenges with mental or physical health. If you are a first-year student and just want to talk to a fellow student about the challenge of transitioning into college, reach out to your Resident Assistant on your floor. If you are experiencing an emergency, call Campus Safety at 773-508-6039 or 44-911.
College is harder than high school - there's no shame in asking for help with coursework! The Writing Center can help you write better papers. The Center for Tutoring and Academic Excellence provides tutoring, supplemental instruction, and academic skills workshops. The Language Learning Resource Center has language coaching and other resources. Don't forget about your professor's office hours too! It can be scary to stop by, but your professor wants to get to know you.
Don't fret! Seek out your Resident Assistant, who lives on your floor and is here to help, or your Resident Director. You can also go to the Residence Life central office in Simpson 107. If you are having a maintenance or housekeeping issue, report it here. For conflict resolution assistance, the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution can help you out.
Loyola is committed to helping all students succeed. Check out Services for Students with Disabilities to support you in finding solutions to academic, physical, technology, or other challenges.
We've got plenty of people to help you out! If you are a first-year or sophomore, you can go to Sullivan 260 for scheduled or drop-in advising at First and Second Year Advising. If you are a junior or senior, you can find your advisor here. You can also take advantage of more specialized advising through Pre-Law Advising and Pre-Health Professions.
Loyola supports students of all faiths and worldviews. Campus Ministry has programs, campus ministers, and retreats to help you learn more about your faith or belief system.
Wonderful! Loyola embraces diversity and strives for social justice. Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs is a hub for programs, events, and resources to help students feel at home at Loyola, inclusive of all identities and experiences.