Prospective HS Students
For the safety of our visitors and community, the Undergraduate Admission Office is offering modified in-person visits to prospective students at this time. Our campus grounds, including our main parking garage remain open, but visitors to campus will not be able to enter buildings outside of scheduled events. Our self-guided walking tour is available through the Guidebook app here. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
An admission counselor presents on the undergraduate experience at Loyola University Chicago, including academics, the application process, scholarships and financial aid, and more. Presentations are available most weekdays. Campus tours require a separate registration from these events.
Lake Shore Campus Tours
Current Loyola students offer guests the chance to see our beautiful campus and learn about the student experience at Loyola University Chicago. Campus tours are available most weekdays and some Saturdays. The admission presentations require a separate registration from these events.
Online Information Sessions
Join us for an online information session. An admission counselor hosts our interactive look at the university, including academics, the application process, scholarships and financial aid, and more. Register today to learn more about Loyola University Chicago and how our institution is creating the next generation of leaders.
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.
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