School of Environmental Sustainability
Answer your calling
Addressing critical environmental issues
Our students are part academic and part activist as we search together for creative and workable solutions.
Our research seeks to better understand crises of ecological destruction and social injustice and build more sustainable societies.
From your community to the global village, we ease the search for solutions with a hands-on, locally-engaged approach.
Our students and faculty are making a difference in building equitable and resilient food systems that empower communities.
We work to advance energy policy and administration systems that shift away from fossil fuels and mitigate climate change.
rank for eco-friendly colleges in the US -College Magazine
Gallons of biodiesel fuel produced in six months
Sq. Ft. greenhouse dedicated to teaching, research, and plant production
Growth and Progress at SES
At the School of Environmental Sustainability (SES), we are developing solutions to critical ecological problems, working toward environmental justice, and training the next generation of sustainability leaders. Read our latest progress report to learn more about our accomplishments.Learn more
Creating More Sustainable Food Systems
Loyola University Chicago’s Urban Agriculture Program combines education, hands-on experience, and community engagement. Student workers and volunteers learn about sustainable food production and gain real-world experience growing and selling produce.Read More
From SES to the EPA
After earning a master's degree from Loyola's School of Environmental Sustainability, Carter Cranberg joined the US Environmental Protection Agency as a project officer.Learn More
Prospective Students, Current Students, & Alumni
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Sustainability at Loyola
While our School of Environmental Sustainability leads the way in training students for lifelong, rewarding careers across fields and industries—every campus at Loyola is dedicated to bringing green-thinking to the forefront. Discover why we're one of the nation's greenest.
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