High School Senior
Fall campus operations: For the safety of our visitors and community, the Undergraduate Admission Office is pausing all in-person visits and moving previously scheduled meetings online. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com or call us at 800-262-2373.
Through in-person and online events, explore information about both campuses and our full range of majors and programs. Pick the option that will work best for you. Please be sure to register for any in-person visits well ahead of time.
Online Student Appointments
Recommended for any high school senior, the Online Student Appointment is an opportunity to have your specific needs and questions addressed with an admission counselor. You can learn more about Loyola's application process, academics, student life, your next steps, and more!
Appointments are offered Monday-Friday between 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM CST. If the dates or times available are not convenient please contact us directly.
Online Information Sessions
As you prepare to make your college decision, join us for an online information session. An admission counselor hosts our interactive look at the university and current Loyola students take your questions about their experiences. Register today to learn more about Loyola University Chicago and how our institution is creating the next generation of leaders.
Information sessions are held Monday - Friday, and on Saturday mornings.
Our Virtual Tours
Explore the Lake Shore and Water Tower campuses, and even the John Felice Rome Center without leaving your home. View the guided tour or explore at your own pace anytime with our virtual tours.
In addition to our virtual tours, we offer videos of some of our most popular places on campus including, our Information Commons, Biology and Forensic Science Labs, and the Institute for Environmental Sustainability.
Our Recorded Presentations
While we do offer live information sessions, we also offer more specific presentations for our Rome Start, Rambler Success, and Spanish speaking students. We also offer a pre-recorded Freshman Next Steps and Loyola 101 videos for you to explore.
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