Loyola University Chicago is one of 18 colleges and universities selected to participate in the sixth cohort of the National Association of Student Affairs Administrators (NASPA)’s program entitled the Culture of Respect Collective. This national program is dedicated to ending sexual violence on campuses across the country by guiding institutions on how to use evidence-based best practices in prevention, intervention, and policy work.
Keith M. Champagne, PhD, will be joining the University as Vice President for Student Development. Dr. Champagne will work closely with the entire Loyola community to ensure Loyola is and remains an inclusive community grounded in Jesuit ideals that puts students first. Click here to read more about Dr. Champagne.READ MORE
If you see something, say something - we need your help keeping campus safe. If you see students who are not complying with Loyola policies regarding face masks, social distancing, gatherings, etc. you can file a report here with the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution.LEARN MORE