We present this Annual Report as a representation of the Division’s accomplishments in the
2016-2017 academic year. This report provides an opportunity to celebrate and to identify areas for growth and improvement.
We are grateful for the many blessings we experienced throughout the year; we offer thanks for our students, staff, and
colleagues around the University.
See our students and campus come alive through our DSD Facebook profile, which features thousands of photos from our various events and initiatives. You may also resources and information about events, Ramblers, and Jesuit education.
The ASN Central Office utilized the central location of Chicago, Loyola's gorgeous campus, and our annual ASN Induction Ceremony as the base for their 100 year celebration video. Click to enjoy and learn more about ASN's legacy.
Hundreds of student workers work for Residence Life, Halas Recreation, Damen Student Center, OSCCR, and the Vice President's Office, to name some! Check out RamblerLink for postings, or inquire with particular offices if interested (click the "Student Development" tab for offices and areas).
Although the Departments of Education and Justice have changed their approach to transgender student rights, Loyola's mission and values continue to call us as a Loyola community to honor the dignity and rights of all students. READ MORE
A Community of Caring
Read a message from the vice president for Student Development on gender-based violence prevention and resources for students.
The Division of Student Development may be called different names per institution, such as Student Affairs or Student Life, yet the offices, departments, and missions are often similar: we offer programs and initiatives that aspire to provide leadership, support, and service to students. LEARN MORE
Show your support for undocumented students! Join us in celebrating the Magis Scholarship Fund, a student-led initiative at Loyola University Chicago. Each shirt helps students to succeed in college and also supports the great people at Homeboy Industries in downtown Los Angeles.
Students, staff, faculty, and student organizations are able to reserve a wide variety of spaces (such as Damen tabling) across LSC and WTC. Campus Reservations uses 25Live software for online reservations. Space is filling fast for Fall 2015 so click to learn more now!
Be sure to download the Here for You app from the Wellness Center in time for the new Fall semester that provides information and resources concerning dating violence, stalking, and sexual assault. Here for You is a simple, easy to navigate iPhone app that seeks to educate assault survivors, friends, and others on these serious issues.
As a program coordinator in Ramble Outdoors, Rachel leads students in Loyola's challenge course, outdoor experiences, and rock wall. Learn more about her journey to Loyola, what makes her smile, and how she impacts students.