Loyola University Chicago

Safety Net Coalition

New Student Education

All incoming Loyola Chicago undergraduates are required to complete education on sexual assault prevention and alcohol prevention. Loyola Chicago requires students to receive education to stay in compliance with federal law, and to make sure that all incoming students are on the same page about Loyola's policies and expectations around alcohol use and sexual violence. These educational programs also give students information on Loyola specific wellness and reporting resources. All students should be able to have the chance to thrive academically and socially in a safe and supportive environment. 

Online Courses

Incoming transfer and spring admit students are required to complete Alcoholedu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates, these online courses will be available in early August and are due September 10th. Please check your luc.edu email for login instructions, and see AlcoholEdu for College and SAP courses for FAQs and more details. Students will use their LUC UVID and password (what you use to access email), to access the courses. Graduate students at all schools within Loyola Chicago are encouraged to take Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduates, a 45 minute course on gender based violence and resources. Please see SAPG for more details. 

Bystander Intervention 

All incoming students will be required to sign up for a bystander intervention training as part of the curriculum for Univ 101. This 50 minute training is facilitated by Wellness Center staff and focuses on how students can assist their peers in situations involving high risk drinking and potential sexual assault. Students will be sent information on how to sign up for a session, there will be several sessions offered in early September. Please see Active Bystander for more information.