Health & Well-Being Supports
Read a brief overview below about types of free health supports available to students at Loyola University Chicago, and click on the header link (or the subtabs in the left-hand margin) to access the websites for these services.
This newly-developed website offers a centralized location for reporting student concerns. CSAA, led by the Office of the Dean of Students (DOS), provides support, coordination, case management, and resource referrals for students across the university. To submit a referral and learn more about the departments within the Center for Student Assistance and Advocacy, please visit the Center's website, which is linked in the header above. Referrals for student concerns may include Equity & Title IX, Behavior, Academic, Personal, Student Conflict & Conduct, or other general concerns.
The Wellness Center provides high quality interdisciplinary medical, mental health, and health promotion services that enable our diverse student population to more fully participate and succeed in the college experience. By enhancing health and wellness, within the context of a Jesuit Catholic institution, each student is empowered to take responsibility for self care by making informed lifestyle choices that contribute to their own success and to the well-being of the community.
Loyola's COVID-19 website was specifically developed to aid our community and serves as the definitive source for the most current and accurate information. We remain committed to transparent and timely communication. When any decision is made, we communicate it broadly and on this website. Loyola is the school of choice for students seeking new knowledge and pursuing their calling. To inquire about general Loyola information related to COVID-19, please send a message to COVID-19support@LUC.edu.