The Wellness Center offers a variety of mental health groups throughout each semester for LUC students. Check out our Spring group offerings and find a group that fits your needs and interests.
We are pleased to share that booster shots of the Pfizer vaccine are now available at both Wellness Center locations for students only. Click on the header to schedule an appointment or call Dial-a-Nurse at 773-508-8883.
Keith M. Champagne, PhD, will be joining the University as Vice President for Student Development. Dr. Champagne will work closely with the entire Loyola community to ensure Loyola is and remains an inclusive community grounded in Jesuit ideals that puts students first. Click here to read more about Dr. Champagne.
The Wellness Center has put together some tips for maintaining emotional wellness for students with COVID-19 in isolation. There are also links to websites and apps to help students feel connected and entertained while in their room.
All incoming transfer and spring admit students at Loyola are required to complete two online courses on sexual assault prevention and alcohol safety. These are called Alcoholedu and SAPU, all new students should receive an email invite to take the courses the week of January 18th.
The Wellness Center is open every day from 8:30-5 pm. Book an appointment on this website or by calling Dial-A-Nurse at 773-508-8883. Mental health and medical appointments will be offered in-person, and telehealth options will be available in some cases based on need and availability.
If you are interested in scheduling a telehealth or in-person counseling appointment with the Wellness Center, please check out these FAQs for information on eligibility and how to access services.
Get involved with the Wellness Center!
The Wellness Center is home to three student organizations that focus on different aspects of emotional and physical wellness. Check out our site for more information on CHANGE, Wellness Advocates, and the Body Project, and reach out to us if you are interested in joining!
The University has developed a Loyola Health function within the Loyola Mobile app to help students, faculty, and staff promote health and safety on campus. This includes the link to the symptom checker and testing compliance information.
The Wellness Center stands in solidarity with all who are angry, grieving, afraid, and concerned about our nation in the wake of the senseless murders of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery, along with numerous other racially motivated injustices. READ