Programs and Services
Commuter Student Life hosts a number of programs and services for commuter students. Read on for more details on how you can get connected and stay involved.
Joe N' Go Tuesdays
Joe n’ Go is held every Tuesday starting at 9 a.m. when the Commuter Student Life staff provides a free cup of coffee, tea, and seasonal drinks for commuters students in the Commuter Resource Room (Damen Student Center, Room 212).
Commuter Appreciation Days
Commuter Appreciation Days are held one day each month to acknowledge the commitment commuting students make to being successful at Loyola University Chicago. During this monthly celebration, commuter students can participate in Joe n' Go, attend our afternoon Commuter Connect event, and enjoy a 'Meal Deal' from Aramark by showing your Commuter Proud keychain.
Commuter Rewards Program
Commuter Student Life has a number of programs to help make Loyola your home away from home. As a reward for your participation in our events, we would like to give you something to show your pride! Attend 10 of our Commuter Student Life events and earn your COMMUTER PROUD! reward. Our rewards include: a COMMUTER PROUD! scarf, hat, or gym bag. Students are required to provide their student ID when attending any CSL event. Should you have any questions about the Commuter Reward Program, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Commuter Student Life Newsletter
The Commuter Student Life Newsletter is an electronic newsletter distributed monthly and published by Commuter Student Life to keep commuter students informed and connected to the LUC community. The publication begins in August and continues throughout the academic year.
Food Security Resources
Iggy's Cupboard is an initiative led by Commuter Student Life (CSL) and meant to offer short term resources to Loyola students experiencing temporary hardship. Click here to submit a request for food items. Please note that you do not have to be a commuter student to recieve food security resources.
If you would like to learn mroe about Food Security resources at Loyola Chicago, please click here.