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.
The university is pleased to continue our annual recognition of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr during the week of January 25, 2021. Additionally, we will continue our celebration throughout the month of February in commemoration of Black History Month. The 2021 theme is From Dream to Reality: Voices of Hope and Action. Click below to stay up-to-date on events that are going on and RSVP today! LEARN MORE
Welcome Week (January 15 – 29) is a chance to discover opportunities to connect, learn, laugh, reflect, and grow through social and academic programs. Welcome Week is designed to deepen your understanding of what makes the Loyola community unique—and quite simply, to just have fun. Student Activities and Greek Affairs (SAGA) is here to help you take the lead and write your own collegiate story. If you have any questions, email activities@LUC.edu.LEARN MORE
Each year, the Division of Student Development (DSD), consisting of almost two dozen offices with over 125 staff members, publishes its annual report. This document highlights resources, assessment, goals, and achievements. Students, parents, and colleagues are encouraged to read the report and new this year is increased accessibility to non-higher-education professionals.LEARN MORE
September 2, 2020: Welcome new Loyola students, and welcome back returning students! As a Jesuit, Catholic institution, Loyola University Chicago has a mission that informs everything we do, including the standards for behavior on and off campus. Every year, the Community Standards are updated with input from students, staff, and faculty.READ MORE
August 31, 2020: Dear Ramblers, This past weekend marked the poignant anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and the late Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s inspirational “I Have a Dream” speech. Myriad protests and activities occurred across the country—including near or on our campus—in response to the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery, Riah Milton, Dominique “Rem’mie” Fells, and many others, as well as the shooting of...READ MORE
The Division of Student Development (DSD) affirms that Black lives matter. We acknowledge the stories that students—especially Black-identified students—have shared with us about their experiences at Loyola University Chicago. We support peaceful protests and students’ rights to express their opinions and perspectives. Read DSD’s full August 28 message here.READ MORE
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).
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
Each year, the Division of Student Development (DSD), consisting of almost two dozen offices with over 125 staff members, publishes its annual report. This document highlights resources, assessment, goals, and achievements. Students, parents, and colleagues are encouraged to read the report and new this year is increased accessibility to non-higher-education professionals.READ MORE
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.