Loyola University Chicago

Study Abroad

Foreign Course Posting

This information is meant for students who completed programs other than Rome, Vietnam, and short term faculty led programs.

After you complete your program, you will receive an email with the study abroad post-program evaluation. This evaluation MUST be completed before your grades can be sent to Registration and Records to be posted to LOCUS. The evaluation is normally sent out in June for spring and full year programs, August for summer programs and December for fall programs. The Office of International Programs will send you email reminders until you complete the form. The evaluation is extremely important as it provides essential feedback in order to monitor the programs in Loyola’s current portfolio. 

You, the student, must request that your study abroad host campus send a transcript directly to the Loyola Office of International Programs.  Request that your host campus ship your trancript directly to the OIP shipping address listed here.  Don't have the transcript sent to you, the LUC Registrar, nor any other address.  Transcripts can take anywhere between one to three months to arrive in OIP after your program ends. It is ultimately your responsibility to follow-up with your study abroad program to ensure that the transcripts will be sent to OIP.

After your grades are posted, your transcript will reflect both your credits and grades earned while abroad. However, these courses will continue to be listed as “INDS 300X” with the foreign course title listed in the “course topic” field of your transcript and academic record. Students who completed course approvals before studying abroad should meet with their academic advisor to have the courses matched correctly to their academic requirements report and graduation audit. Both student and the advisor will receive an email after the grades have been posted.