Health Sciences Campus
Located just west of downtown Chicago, the Health Sciences Campus is home to about 980 faculty members and more than 2,200 students who are committed to excellence in health sciences education, practice, and research. Established in 1962 in Maywood, Illinois, as the medical center campus, it was renamed the Health Sciences Campus in 2011 after the consolidation of Loyola University Health System with Trinity Health.
The campus is home to the Stritch School of Medicine, the graduate programs of the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, biomedical programs of The Graduate School, and a number of institutes and centers, encouraging interprofessional education and research opportunities.
- Burn and Shock Trauma Research Institute
- Cardiovascular Research Institute
- Infectious Disease and Immunology Research Institute
- Oncology Research Institute
- Institute for Transformative Interprofessional Education
- Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics
The Loyola University Medical Center is adjacent to our Health Sciences Campus and our faculty members often have clinical appointments at the Loyola University Health System. This strong partnership helps provide our students with relevant and up-to-date techniques, practices, and methods.
My acceptance to medical school is because Loyola helped me succeed as an undergraduate.
College of Arts and Sciences