We know that racist "jokes" and off-handed comments can quickly become racist rants, and those racist rants can turn to violence. Now is the time to Speak Up and Step In to make it clear we're not OK with racist responses to this crisis. LEARN MORE
Loyola University Chicago is committed to ensuring the well-being and safety of our students, faculty, and staff. In response to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) abroad and in the United States, Loyola has created a central hub for our community to access the latest news, education, and updates regarding the outbreak. The University continues to monitor this global health situation.
As of 1/1, recreational marijuana use is now legal in Illinois for people over 21. However, marijuana use and possession is still illegal at Loyola due to federal law, and students of any age are not permitted to use marijuana products. Please see here for more information on legalization and risks.
The Body Project focuses on positive body image. It is an interactive, two session workshop that is designed to challenge the thin ideal and help improve body satisfaction for female-identified students. The Body Project workshops are led by trained student leaders at Loyola who are passionate about promoting positive body image. The workshops are held in 2 two hour sessions a week apart. We are also recruiting new facilitators, applications are available!
E-cigarettes/vaping is an emerging trend and there is a lot that is still not known about its short and long term health effects. You can learn more here about e-cigarettes and the risk they may pose to young adults.
All full-time Loyola students must complete the two-step process to verify proof of immunity. Step 1: Enter your immunizations on LOCUS. Step 2: Submit your official immunization record to the Wellness Center via fax, mail, or in person. LEARN MORE