Loyola University Chicago

Wellness Center

Requirements for incoming students

Important information for new Ramblers- Fall 2019

 Undergraduate Students

All incoming undergraduate students (including transfer students) must complete two requirements for the Wellness Center when entering the Loyola community.

1. Submit proof of immunization: 

Proof of immunity is an Illinois state requirement. All Loyola students enrolled in seven or more credit hours must complete the two-step process to verify proof of immunity. Incomplete immunization information will block access to registering or changing classes. All students must submit immunization requirements into LOCUS and submit supporting documents to the Wellness Center before the 10th day of the term. Failure to provide timely information will result in a $50 Non-compliance fee, that may be applied to your account. The Non-compliance fee is non-refundable, and will not be removed even after immunization information is completed. Students living in University-owned housing will not be permitted to move in until the two-step process is complete.

*Please note, immunization requirements must be submitted , even if non-compliance fee was applied, in order to register for class  or make a change to your registration.

For more information, visit Immunizations.

2. Complete AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates: All incoming undergraduate students, including transfer students, are required to complete online courses called AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates. These courses provide students with important information and resources around alcohol abuse prevention and sexual violence prevention. If you did not receive an email to complete the courses, please go to https://admin.fifoundry.net/loyolauniversitychicago/sign_in/ and click "forget password"? Some students did not receive the initial email, but this should reset your account. Part I of both courses is due September 12th (one week extension from original due date). For more information on these courses, visit AlcoholEdu for College & SAP. Please email Mary Duckett at mduckett@luc.edu or alcoholedu@luc.edu if you have any questions.