Drawn to serve and give
Sister Norma Pimentel (MA ‘95) discusses how Loyola helped her understand the human person in a more holistic way.
A text that speaks to Loyola's mission
Help Loyola identify an author and book for Convocation. Submit your recommendation for the 2018 First-Year Text.
Open Enrollment deadline
This Wednesday, November 22, Loyola’s Open Enrollment period closes. Revisit your benefit selections now.
Share the holiday spirit
Order your Loyola cards in time for the Christmas season.
Law symposium
Explore criminal justice’s role in rebuilding rule of law after war.
Arch Madness
The #5 seed Ramblers compete Friday afternoon.
Development workshops
Expand your knowledge and strengthen your skills.
Celebrate Quinn Community Center
Join the University as it honors the organization at the third annual Martyrs Award Panel and Presentation.
Register for Loyola Alert
Campus Safety will test the Loyola Alert system on Tuesday, November 14. Sign up to receive messages.
Migrating to Microsoft OneDrive
Loyola will move from Box to OneDrive for cloud storage, allowing you to house, share, and sync work files on any device.
Diversity Climate Survey
Participate in Loyola's University-wide climate survey through November 17.
From Loyola to Nepal
Read how alumnus Dr. Andrew Trotter draws upon the skills he learned at Loyola to impact his work in Nepal.
A Radical Faith
Author Eileen Markey will discuss how the life and death of Sister Maura illuminates the evolution of postwar Catholicism.
Chat with Sister Jean
Tune in to Facebook Live on Monday to talk with Sister Jean about Ignatian spirituality, life, and Loyola.
The president and the press
This week, an expert panel will explore Donald Trump’s contentious relationship with the media.
Open Enrollment is underway
Through November 22, revisit your current benefit elections and learn about new and existing benefits.
Share your perspective
Help Loyola assess diversity and inclusion on campus. Take the University-wide climate survey.
Educate, advocate, participate
Be part of Hunger Week activities this year.
Meet Loyola's Staff Stars
Read about the Commitment to Excellence award winners for October.
Exploring Loyola's legacy
Ignatian Heritage Month began with Dr. Rooney's message to the community celebrating our mission and history.
The resonance of G.K. Chesterton
Join distinguished scholar Father Ian Boyd as he discusses the relevance of Chesterton's work for contemporary times.
The education springboard
Read alumna Theresa Dear's story of turning adversity into success.
Ignatian Heritage Month
Check out November events, test your Jesuit knowledge, and learn about Loyolans living the Ignatian call to serve.
CURL names new director
David Van Zytveld has been appointed the new director of the Center for Urban Research and Learning.
Summer Shuttle survey
Staff Council is gathering information on the interest and potential use of a Summer Shuttle Service. Weigh in on their survey.
Loyola honors research
Save the date for St. Albert's Day.
Celebrate a Colleague
Recognize a coworker’s service and contributions to Loyola. Nominations for Staff Excellence Awards are open.
Open Enrollment
Familiarize yourself with Loyola’s benefit options before Open Enrollment begins November 1.
A People's History of Chicago
Engage with Chicago and the world during a reading by poet Kevin Coval. Continue the conversation at a faculty workshop.
Mass of Remembrance
Honor a loved one at this annual Loyola community liturgy.
Read and reflect
Discuss <i>Showdown</i>, by 2017 Commencement speaker Wil Haygood, at Ignatian Heritage Month Book Club.
University-wide beverage survey
Participate in the preference survey, and help Loyola's Purchasing Team determine what beverages to offer.
Fire safety at Loyola
Familiarize yourself with the University’s Incident Response Awareness plans. The focus in October is fire safety.
Focus on the Book
Celebrate Marie Curie and her contributions to science.
Letters from Loyola
After last week’s Dream Act campaign, 7,362 letters from the Loyola community were delivered to Capitol Hill.
An evening with colleagues
Next week, across all three Chicago-area campuses, Drs. Rooney, Pelissero, and Callahan will join faculty at fall receptions.
News from Human Resources
November 1 marks the beginning of Open Enrollment. Learn more about Loyola’s benefit options.
Showcasing women leaders
Discover their stories at this Chicago Open Archives event.
Teaching at the frontiers
Read about Faculty Member of the Year Maria Vidal de Haymes, PhD, and her work with Jesuit institutions worldwide.
Share your University events
Promote upcoming events with the Loyola community. Submit them to the University Calendar.
Reciprocal tuition benefit
Learn about the FACHEX program for dependents at Jesuit colleges and universities across the U.S.
Support your Ramblers
Celebrate Loyola basketball at the annual tip-off luncheon.
Turning trauma into understanding
Professor Art Lurigio’s own experience with crime has shaped his research on victims’ trauma.
Grad assistants to see enhancements in '17-'18
Loyola announces stipend increases and plans to introduce new travel awards, affinity groups, and engagement opportunities.
Assessing diversity on campus
The University is launching its climate survey at the end of October. Participate and impact diversity and inclusion at Loyola.
Ignatian Heritage Book Club
Join the community in reading and reflecting on <i>Showdown</i>.
City Club of Chicago Address
Watch Dr. Rooney discuss the innovative ways the University is impacting Chicago and beyond.
Explore Loyola's benefit options
Read the October update, which includes details on health and wellness opportunities during Open Enrollment.
Secure your digital presence
Check out the information security newsletter, featuring safety tips for mobile and online account protection.
Dream Act tabling
Learn about this week’s events, and spread the word.
Reignite your passion for learning
Hear from fellow faculty and connect with graduates at this month's College of Arts and Sciences alumni event.
Loyola Gives
Be a part of the University’s annual holiday giving program, and sponsor a family in need.
Humanities Datebook
Screenings, lectures, and performances—know about it all by signing up for this round-up of humanities-related events.
Tip-off the season
Join men's and women's basketball for their annual luncheon.
Mentor, scholar, colleague
Read about Ignatius Loyola Award for Excellence in Teaching recipient Héctor García Chávez, PhD.
Reciprocal tuition benefit
Learn about the FACHEX program for dependents at Jesuit colleges and universities across the U.S.
Assessing diversity on campus
Save the date for the University-wide climate survey, launching at the end of the month.
Discussing digital ethics
This year's symposium features keynote Cathy O'Neil.
Loyola in four seasons
Fall, winter, spring, and summer - experience one year at Loyola in one minute.
Fall receptions for staff and faculty
Dr. Rooney and senior leadership invite staff and faculty across all three campuses to this year's receptions.
Onward LU
This Saturday, celebrate the exciting future of Loyola athletics at Lake Shore Campus.
Rambler family photos
Check out last weekend's festivities.
Faith that does justice
Read about Mark Kuczewski, PhD, who was recently named Faculty Member of the Year at Convocation.
Just Employment Task Force
Dr. Rooney responds to the task force's recommendations for creating a more fair, competitive, and socially just workplace.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. September’s focus is bomb threats.
A new approach
Watch Father Katsouros talk about Jesuit education’s future.
Shop and support local
The Loyola Farmers Market transitions to fall hours next week. The market will be open Mondays from 3:30-6:30 p.m.
Rambler families visit campus
Our annual Family Weekend kicks off tomorrow. Take a look at the schedule and planned events.
Natural disaster response
Loyola is coordinating support for those affected by Hurricane Maria and the Mexico City earthquake
Welcome Rambler families
Our annual Family Weekend kicks off this Friday, September 22, at the Lake Shore Campus.
Understanding Loyola’s financials
Financial Services and Human Resources are hosting three learning sessions, open to the University community.
Take time everyday
Pray, meditate, and reflect with Mission & Identity.
Innovative solutions
Learn more about available project management classes, tools, and templates.
Reconnect with alumni
Register for this College of Arts and Sciences event.
Responding to Hurricane Irma
Support those affected by the storm, especially Loyola alumni and students from the region.
Faculty Convocation in review
Read through the remarks and program from last Sunday’s event at the Lake Shore Campus.
Reinventing Jesuit education
Next week, the City Club of Chicago welcomes Father Katsouros, dean and executive director of Arrupe College.
A look at Faculty Convocation
The University welcomed new faculty and honored colleagues’ accomplishments at Sunday's Convocation.
Responding to Hurricane Irma
Many members of our community have been impacted by Irma, and Loyolans are coordinating support efforts.
News from Human Resources
Read September’s update, which includes details about health and wellness opportunities available during Open Enrollment.
Urging for legislation
Senator Durbin shared in our support of DACA students.
Statement of support
Dr. Rooney reaffirms Loyola’s commitment to the extraordinary group of students affected by the DACA decision.
First week in review
Look at photos captured at the Student of Color Welcome Reception, Water Tower Campus Block Party, and more.
Advocating for our students
The provosts share information and resources for our DACA students and the entire Loyola community.
Celebrate the new academic year
Join colleagues at Sunday's Faculty Convocation.
Celebrate Faculty Convocation
Start the academic year by welcoming new faculty and honoring colleagues’ accomplishments.
A gift of time
Learn about the University’s plan to close the week of Christmas, and save the date for the University Christmas Reception.
Meet your August Staff Stars
Read about this month's Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Response to Hurricane Harvey
Offer prayers and support for Loyolans affected.
3 ways to set the world on fire
"There's no time better than right now to be undertaking a Jesuit education." —Wil Haygood
A back-to-school tradition
Celebrate the first week of classes with free food and music at the Water Tower Campus Block Party.
Campus connector
Intercampus shuttle service relaunched this week. Find out about service changes during the Labor Day holiday.
A Rambler welcome
New students are introduced to life at Loyola.
Dr. Rooney's call to action
“What will you do this academic year to make a difference? How will you go to the marginalized...?"
New Student Convocation
Participate with faculty and staff in the cheer tunnel and hear from Pulitzer nominee and First-Year Text author Wil Haygood.
Welcome Week is here
Look at the full schedule of events and join the Loyola community in welcoming students to campus.
Stritch School of Medicine
View photos from the annual White Coat Ceremony.
Participate in Student Convocation
Join faculty and staff in celebrating the start of the school year during the annual cheer tunnel and Convocation.
Onward LU
Celebrate the exciting future of Loyola Athletics next month at the Lake Shore Campus.
Parking update for Move-In
This week, the Main Parking Structure will be restricted to students moving onto campus. See “Faculty/Staff Information.”
Welcome Week
Take a look at the full schedule of events for students.
A Rambler welcome
From New Student Convocation to the New Year’s Festival, take a look at the full Welcome Week schedule.
Parking update for Move-In
Next week, the Main Parking Structure will be restricted to students moving onto campus. See “Faculty/Staff Information.”
Participate in a focus group
Impact the development of a University-wide climate survey and sign up to join a focus group.
First Class
See photos from Arrupe College’s inaugural Commencement.
Congratulations, Class of 2017
Two years ago, Arrupe College opened its doors—and now, students are ready for their next step.
Focus on Teaching & Learning
Register for the biannual conference taking place at the Lake Shore Campus this Wednesday, August 16.
Move-In volunteers
Sign up to welcome and assist students and their families as they move into residence halls across campuses.
Onward LU
Celebrate the exciting future of Loyola Athletics.
Feast Day of Saint Ignatius
View photos from this year’s celebrations on the Lake Shore and Health Sciences campuses.
Loyola Receives $6 Million Gift
John and Kathy Schreiber generously gift $6 million for Arrupe students and graduates.
News from Human Resources
Read the August update, which includes details on the recent Illinois income tax increase, open enrollment season, and more.
Architectural Digest
Information Commons named one of most stunning libraries.
Loyola Receives $6 Million Gift
John and Kathy Schreiber generously gift $6 million for Arrupe students and graduates.
Build community
Student Transitions and Outreach is looking for mentors to support first-year students as they transition to life at Loyola.
Move-In volunteers
Sign up to welcome and assist students and their families as they move into residence halls across campuses.
Ignatian Service Days
See moments from this year’s events in the community.
Service Days in review
Take a look at moments from this year’s Service Days at various partner organizations.
Move-In volunteers
Welcome new and returning students to campus.
Focus on Teaching & Learning
Register for the biannual conference taking place at the Lake Shore Campus on Wednesday, August 16.
Promote upcoming events
As your plans solidify for the academic year, submit upcoming events to be highlighted on the University Calendar.
News from Human Resources
The new EMERGE schedule has been released. Trainings kick off on August 3 with “Collaboration.”
Class of 2021
See how we’re welcoming our incoming class.
Support our student-athletes
Season tickets for men’s basketball, women's volleyball, and men's and women's soccer are on sale now.
New transportation option
Shuttle service is now available from the Forest Park CTA Blue Line station to the Health Sciences Campus.
Ignatian Service Days
Faculty and staff volunteered recently in the community.
Focus on Teaching & Learning
Register for the biannual conference taking place at the Lake Shore Campus next month.
July Staff Stars
Read about this month's five Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Celebrate our mission
Gather with colleagues and reflect at on-campus events happening on Friday, July 28.
July Staff Stars
Read about this month's Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Feast of Saint Ignatius
This Friday, join the community in celebrating Saint Ignatius at a variety of on-campus celebrations.
Summer Book League
Register and keep track of the pages you read through August 1 to participate in this Loyola Libraries contest.
Summer at LUMA
New exhibitions feature Chicago photographers.
Encouraging growth
Register for the Focus on Teaching and Learning Conference taking place at the Lake Shore Campus next month.
Dining Services hours
Find out what locations are open at the Lake Shore and Water Tower campuses.
Feast Day reminders
Don't forget to drop off your donations today and sign up for the shuttle to the Lake Shore Campus picnic.
Father Garanzini's Next Step
Read a message from the chairman and president.
Welcoming the Class of 2021
Classes don't start until August—but incoming freshmen are already getting their start at Orientation.
Library Design Workshops
Help the University Libraries think about the future of Cudahy Library and the Information Commons.
Executive Education
Attend a Lunch & Learn this month to find out more about upcoming programming and the faculty and staff discount.
Summer liturgy schedule
Celebrate Mass at Madonna della Strada Chapel.
Ignatian Service Days
Volunteer with colleagues this month. Registration for the July 21 service day closes on Friday.
News from Human Resources
Read the July update, which includes details on Blue365's deals and upcoming Careers website trainings.
Academic excellence
More than 100 Loyola student-athletes were recognized with Missouri Valley Conference Academic Awards.
Farmers Market
Shop local at the Loyola Plaza every Monday.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Athletics hosts its annual outing next month at The Golf Club of Illinois.
Diversity and inclusion
The Executive Council on Diversity and Inclusion is hosting a training series on building an effective leadership team.
The Sights of Summer
With the official start of the season, we look at Loyola and Chicago in all their warm-weather glory.
Ignatian Service Days
Volunteer with colleagues at a service site this month.
Summer at LUMA
New exhibitions feature Chicago photographers.
Celebrate our mission
Ignatian Service Days, on-campus celebrations, and donation drives are all happening this month.
Technology for the classroom
Instructional Technology and Research Support offers trainings to prepare faculty and staff to use various platforms.
Recognize a colleague
If you know an exceptional staff member, nominate them for Staff Council’s monthly Commitment to Excellence Award.
Celebrate our mission
Learn about the upcoming Ignatian Service Days, on-campus celebrations, and donation drives.
June Staff Stars
Read about this month's five Commitment to Excellence award winners.
The fight against fentanyl abuse
Senior Lecturer James DeFrancesco, PhD, works to identify the hidden causes behind the opioid epidemic.
The sights of summer
See Loyola and Chicago in all their warm-weather glory.
Bike Commuter Challenge
Sign up and log your rides by the end of the month.
June Staff Stars
Read about this month's Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Facilitating peace in Colombia
Professor Clifford Shultz, PhD, co-authored a new study examining the effects of the growing fair-trade coffee network.
Promote upcoming events
As your plans solidify for the academic year, submit upcoming events to be highlighted on the University Calendar.
New Student Orientation
See how we’re welcoming the Class of 2021.
The sights of summer
With the official start of the season, we look at Loyola and Chicago in all their warm-weather glory.
Read Loyola online
Check out the magazine website for feature stories, videos, access to past issues, and more.
Summer Book League
Register and keep track of the pages you read through August 1 to participate in this Loyola Libraries contest.
Bike Commuter Challenge
Learn about next week’s pit stop and joining Loyola’s team.
Alumni Weekend in review
Loyola faculty, staff, and alumni recently reconnected at the Lake Shore Campus.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Tee off at Athletics’ annual outing in August at The Golf Club of Illinois.
Bike Commuter Challenge
Join the Loyola team for the 26th annual citywide Bike Commuter Challenge taking place through June 30.
Anatomy of an M1
Stories from the first year of med school then and now.
Founders’ Dinner
Friday evening, we celebrated student scholarships at our annual signature fundraising event. <a href="http://luc.edu/founders/#scholarship-support"><span class="sc-read-more">WATCH VIDEOS</span>
Promote upcoming events
As your plans solidify for the academic year, submit upcoming events to be highlighted on the University Calendar.
Diversity and inclusion
The Executive Council on Diversity and Inclusion is hosting a new training series. June’s topic is supporting diverse learners.
Research takes flight
Associate professor Sushma Reddy, PhD, discovers new bird species.
Bike Commuter Challenge
Join the Loyola team for the 26th annual citywide Bike Commuter Challenge taking place June 16–30.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Athletics hosts its annual outing in August at The Golf Club of Illinois.
Technology for the classroom
Instructional Technology and Research Support offers trainings to prepare faculty and staff to use various platforms.
Stritch School of Medicine
Meet Dean Steve A. N. Goldstein, MD, PhD.
Alumni Weekend
Join Loyola alumni on Saturday. Faculty and staff can register with discount code LUCSTAFF.
Diversity and inclusion
The Executive Council on Diversity and Inclusion is hosting a new training series. June’s topic is supporting diverse learners.
News from Human Resources
Read the June update, which includes details on the “Get Fit” program and Chicago’s annual Bike Commuter Challenge.
Encouraging girls in STEM
Science Sisters Day sparks young girls’ interest in science.
Academic Innovation Team
Read this Q&A with team leader Joan Phillips, PhD, about how they’re helping faculty and staff create proposals.
Founders’ Dinner
Cokie Roberts headlines our annual signature fundraising event for student scholarships on Friday, June 9.
Culinary events at LUREC
See the latest schedule of upcoming classes and demonstrations happening at the Retreat and Ecology Campus.
Alumni Weekend
Join colleagues and alumni at this year's event Saturday.
Class of 2017
We asked our graduates one last question before they crossed the stage: “How will you set the world on fire?”
News from Human Resources
Learn about the recent upgrade to PeopleAdmin, our online talent management application.
University Staff Council
On Tuesday, May 30, staff members received a link to vote in this year's election. Learn more about the candidates.
Founders’ Dinner
Support student scholarships at this signature fundraising event.
May Staff Stars
Read about this month's Commitment to Excellence award winners.
News from Human Resources
Learn about the upgrades coming next week to PeopleAdmin, our online talent management application.
Summer Book League
Register and keep track of the pages you read this summer to participate in the University Libraries' annual event.
Commencement 2017
See photos from the ceremonies, celebrations, and more.
Alumni Weekend
Join Loyola alumni for the summer's biggest party. Faculty and staff can register with discount code LUCSTAFF.
Ignatian Heritage Book Club
This summer’s Mission Book Club begins soon. Read and reflect on <em>The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything</em>.
Founders’ Dinner
Cokie Roberts headlines our annual signature fundraising event for student scholarships on Friday, June 9.
Pedaling through Chicago
History professor's "Midnight Bike Ride" brings the past to life.
Founders’ Dinner 2017
Cokie Roberts headlines our annual signature fundraising event for student scholarships on Friday, June 9.
Take time to reflect
Attend the Inner-Mission Employee Retreat at the Retreat and Ecology Campus in June.
Alumni Weekend
Join Loyola alumni for the biggest party of the summer. Faculty and staff can register with discount code LUCSTAFF.
Commencement continues
Celebrate Stritch School of Medicine graduates.
They did it
Flip through hundreds of photos from last week’s Commencement ceremonies and celebrations.
Ramblers lead in the classroom
Seven Loyola varsity athletics programs earned perfect Academic Progress Rate scores according to the NCAA.
News from Human Resources
Learn about the upgrades coming this month to PeopleAdmin, our online talent management application.
Civic engagement panel
Loyolan joins local students and President Obama for discussion.
Congratulations, Class of 2017
Take a look at photos from this week’s Commencement ceremonies and festivities.
News from University Staff Council
Don’t forget to nominate full-time, dedicated staff members to serve on the University Staff Council by Friday, May 12.
Ignatian Heritage Book Club
Join the Loyola community in reading and reflecting on <em>The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything</em>.
Rambler sports camps
Campers get to learn from Loyola coaches and athletes.
Class of 2017
Celebrate graduating students at Commencement ceremonies on the Lake Shore Campus beginning this week.
Reflecting on the Academic Year
Dr. Rooney looks back on the year, discusses the importance of innovation, and congratulates this year’s graduates.
News from Human Resources
Read an update on the Careers website upgrade, financial planning, and the 24/7 Nurseline.
Alumni Weekend
Join colleagues and alumni at this year's event on June 10.
The long and winding road
Twenty years after leaving Cuba as political refugees, this mother and daughter are joining Loyola's Class of 2017.
News from Financial Services
Review important deadlines and processes as we near the end of the fiscal year.
ITS Alert: Major SPAM Outbreak
This week Loyola's e-mail servers received messages from multiple sources containing a form of SPAM/malware.
Class of 2017 profiles
A Loyola degree helped these graduates stand out and succeed.
Class of 2017
Celebrate graduating students at Commencement ceremonies beginning next week—and don't forget to volunteer.
News from Human Resources
Learn about the upgrades coming later this month to PeopleAdmin, our online talent management application.
Ignatian Contemplation Retreat
Take the time for reflection and renewal May 15–17 at a retreat founded on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius.
Loyola magazine
Flip through the newest issue.
April Staff Stars
Read about April’s five Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Emergency Response Plan. This month's focus is responding to an explosion.
Professional development
Join Loyola’s Toastmasters chapter to improve your communication, leadership, and public speaking skills.
Faculty Receptions
Drs. Rooney, Pelissero, and Callahan invite faculty to join them at events beginning this week.
News from ITS
Windows 10 and Office 2016 are now available for Loyola-managed PCs. Learn about upcoming trainings.
Weekend of Excellence
See photos from this year’s celebration.
University Senate
Attend the next meeting, taking place Friday, April 28, at the Lake Shore Campus.
Weekend of Excellence 2017
Take a look at this year’s schedule of events celebrating students' achievements—events begin today.
Commencement Volunteers
Be an important part of this year’s ceremonies and celebrate the graduates of the Class of 2017 next month.
Faculty Receptions
Drs. Rooney, Pelissero, and Callahan invite faculty to join them at events this spring.
Ignatian Contemplation Retreat
Sign up for Mission & Identity's retreat, May 15–17.
Weekend of Excellence 2017
View Dr. Rooney’s video introduction, review the schedule, and browse profiles of some student participants.
Maroon and gold and green
As Earth Day approaches, we’re hosting several events to help make the world a greener—and better—place.
Teach-in on immigration
On Wednesday, join the Loyola community for the final program in a series of discussions on topics of current interest.
The Common Cause Lecture
Cardinal Blase J. Cupich will address our common ground in a time of division.
Celebrate Easter
Join the Loyola community for Mass at Madonna della Strada Chapel on Sunday morning.
An Easter message
Dr. Rooney wishes the Loyola community a Happy Easter and Happy Passover.
News from ITS
A phone system upgrade will be made Friday and Saturday, causing service disruptions at the Water Tower Campus.
Civic Engagement
Next Wednesday, learn about the history of Mexican immigration.
Living our mission on Good Friday
Volunteer with the Chicago community and support Stations of the Cross and a peace walk through Englewood.
Commencement volunteers
Be an important part of this year’s ceremonies and celebrate the graduates of the Class of 2017 beginning May 9.
Alumni and Friends Networking Night
Faculty and staff are invited to attend a talk with the deputy director of the Natural Resources Defence Council.
Holy Week is here
Reflect and rejoice at on-campus services throughout the week.
Holy Week
Join the Loyola community for liturgies and signature events across the Chicagoland campuses next week.
News from Human Resources
Read the monthly update, which includes information about Total Reward Statements and a new discount with Equinox Fitness.
John Courtney Murray, S.J., Forum
The annual event takes place tonight, focusing on the celebration of beauty through the lens of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.
Civic engagement
Attend today’s panel discussion on social movements in the U.S.
Alumni Weekend
Register for this year’s event taking place June 10.
March Staff Stars
Read about this month’s Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Diversity in the Core Curriculum
Students will have more options to choose from this fall, allowing them to broaden their understanding of the world.
News from the Information Security Office
This month's information security newsletter focuses on the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
Black Lives Matter Conference
Learn more about Saturday's daylong conference.
Pizza with the President
Learn more about the topics that were discussed.
News from Human Resources
Loyola Advantage BCBS PPO members can join the Fitness Program without an enrollment fee or long-term contract by March 31.
Wolf and Kettle Day
Celebrate the generosity of our donors at this annual event on Wednesday, March 29.
Panel discussion recap
Read about last Tuesday’s discussion of the media, the First Amendment, and the state of the news industry.
Weekend of Excellence
Mark your calendars to celebrate student achievements and research on April 20–23.
Safe Space training
Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs is offering workshops on how to support our LGBTQIA community.
Plan 2020 Student Innovation Fund
Dr. Rooney has created a fund for student-generated initiatives that advance our collective work.
Martyrs Award
Nominations are due this Friday, March 24.
News from Academic Affairs
Learn about the new Civic Engagement and Civil Discourse website and the upcoming series of special discussions.
Sick-Leave Policy update
Employees may use up to half of their available annual sick-time accrual for the care of specified family members.
2017 Martyrs Award
Nominate a faith-based organization or individual whose exemplary work aligns with our mission. The deadline is March 24.
Stritch School of Medicine
Steve A. N. Goldstein, MD, PhD, appointed dean.
A top Peace Corps producer
From Nicaragua to Indonesia, more than a dozen Loyola alumni are serving in the Peace Corps.
School of Law
Michael J. Kaufman, JD, a member of the Loyola law faculty since 1986, has been appointed dean.
School of Social Work
Goutham M. Menon, PhD, has been appointed dean of the School of Social Work and joins Loyola on July 1.
Faculty opportunity
Apply for the CHRC Faculty Fellowship by March 21.
Climate Change Conference keynote
Mary Robinson, internationally known human rights activist and past president of Ireland, speaks Thursday evening.
2017 Cardinal Newman Lecture
Best-selling author Chris Haw discusses “Rust Belt Apocalypse and the Eucharist” on Thursday, March 23.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Emergency Response Plan. March’s focus is tornadoes.
Advancement news
Damon W. Cates, EdD, appointed senior vice president.
Sign up for EMERGE
Expand your knowledge and strengthen your professional skills at several upcoming seminars.
Recognize a colleague
If you know an exceptional staff member, nominate them for Staff Council’s monthly Commitment to Excellence Award.
News from Human Resources
All month, Loyola Advantage BCBS PPO members can join the Fitness Program without an enrollment fee or long-term contract.
Supporting students
Participate in an undocumented student ally training.
Spring at LUMA
The museum is hosting four special exhibitions this season. Admission is always free for students, faculty, and staff.
Guidelines and Contacts for Our Community
Dr. Rooney shares information on our commitment to undocumented students, as well as University guidelines and contacts.
News from ITS
An upgrade will be made to the phone system Wednesday night, causing a scheduled outage at the Lake Shore Campus.
Climate Change Conference
Register for this year’s conference on March 16-17.
2017 Martyrs Award
Nominate a worthy faith-based organization or individual whose work aligns with our institutional mission.
John M. Wozniak Lecture Series
This year’s lecture, focusing on “Policy Implications for School Desegregation and School Choice in Chicago,” is on March 16.
Faculty Teaching Awards
Celebrate exceptional faculty who demonstrate excellence in teaching. Nominations are open through March 13.
Ash Wednesday services
Join the Loyola community in celebrating the start of the Lenten season this Wednesday.
Financial Planning Working Groups
Dr. Rooney provides an update on finances, including the creation of five working groups to advise the Budget Review Team.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. This month’s focus is flood safety.
University resource
Learn about our EthicsLine Reporting Hotline.
February Staff Stars
Read about this month’s five Commitment to Excellence award recipients.
Dreamer Committee report
Review the committee’s annual report, as well as a response from Dr. Rooney and Loyola’s provosts.
News from Human Resources
“The Work Number” is available to provide automated employment and income verifications for faculty and staff.
Ash Wednesday services
Celebrate the start of the Lenten season at Loyola.
Arch Madness 2017
Cheer on the men’s basketball team next month at the annual Missouri Valley Conference tournament.
Lenten reflection
Mission and Identity invites faculty and staff to participate in daily reflection on themes from the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius.
University Senate
Attend the next meeting, taking place Friday, February 24, at the Lake Shore Campus.
Spring at LUMA
Don’t miss the current exhibitions now on display.
Accommodations near campus
The Hampton Inn-Chicago North/Loyola Station is an option for visitors attending academic and athletic events.
Learn about University resources
The annual <em>Loyola Information & Technology Showcase</em> will take place Thursday, February 23, in the Information Commons.
News from the Information Security Office
Read the information security newsletter, which includes information on cloud storage and privacy tips.
John Felice Rome Center news
Michael F. Andrews, PhD, appointed as new director.
Dorothy Day Symposium
Attend "Revolution of the Heart," a two-day celebration of Catholic activist Dorothy Day taking place this week.
Recognize a colleague
If you know an outstanding staff member, nominate them for a monthly Commitment to Excellence Award.
News from ITS
ITS is updating the Outlook Web Access portal to be more mobile friendly this morning, Monday, February 13.
Pizza with the President
Join Dr. Rooney for lunch and Q&A on February 15, 16, and 22.
Climate Change Conference
Join the Institute of Environmental Sustainability for its fourth annual event taking place March 16-17.
Union election results
Read about the results of the union election involving graduate assistants within the College of Arts and Sciences.
Bereavement Notice: Samuel Attoh, PhD
The Loyola community mourns the death of Samuel Attoh, PhD, former dean of The Graduate School and associate provost.
Faculty and staff training
Learn ways to assist survivors of gender-based violence.
Pizza with the President
Join University Staff Council for lunch and a Q&A with Dr. Rooney at all three Chicagoland campuses this month.
American Council on Education letter
Dr. Rooney signs onto a letter sent by the American Council on Education to the Department of Homeland Security.
Message from Academic Affairs
Read an update about an Executive Order suspending entry into the U.S. of individuals from seven countries.
Harassment Prevention Training
Staff and full-time faculty must complete training by February 7.
Our Commitment to Diversity
Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, reinforces that the Loyola community is made stronger because of its diversity.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. Learn what to do during a utility failure.
News from ITS
On Friday, a University internet provider will conduct maintenance at the Lake Shore Campus beginning at 11 p.m.
Supporting students
SDMA is hosting undocumented student ally trainings.
Go Move Challenge
Participate in this fitness competition against other institutions from the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities.
Tuition information update
Read Dr. Rooney’s letter about tuition for the 2017-18 academic year and the University's financial health.
Reminder from Payroll Services
W-2 statements will be mailed no later than Tuesday, January 31. Find out more on the Financial Services blog.
Sign up for EMERGE
Expand and strengthen your professional skills.
January Staff Stars
Read about the January Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Harassment Prevention Training
Staff and full-time faculty members must complete the training program by Tuesday, February 7.
News from Human Resources
Learn about the Form 1095-C and elect to receive your statement electronically by February 1.
Annual MLK Celebration
Attend award-winning journalist Marc Lamont Hill’s keynote addresses on the lakeside campuses on Wednesday.
News from ITS
On Wednesday, January 25, Information Technology Services will conduct network maintenance at 6 a.m.
Student Development’s Excellence Awards
Nominate deserving students, faculty, and staff to be recognized during this year’s Weekend of Excellence.
Harassment Prevention Training
Staff and full-time faculty must complete training by February 7.
Rambler extraordinaire
Sister Jean will be inducted into the new Athletics Hall of Fame during Saturday’s men’s basketball game.
Ecumenical prayer service
Join Campus Ministry for a service in Madonna della Strada Chapel honoring the World Day of Migrants and Refugees.
2017 Spring Semester Update
Dr. Rooney provides updates regarding important initiatives being advanced this semester.
Annual MLK Jr. Celebration
Marc Lamont Hill speaks at the lakeside campuses.
Harassment Prevention Training
Staff and full-time faculty can now access the compulsory training program provided by Workplace Answers.
News from ITS
An update will take place tomorrow affecting the “LUC” wireless network at the Water Tower Campus.
Reminder from Payroll Services
Opt in by January 18 to receive your 2016 W-2 statement in an electronic format. Consent carries forward each year.
University Senate
Attend next week’s meeting at the Lake Shore Campus.
Annual MLK Jr. Celebration
Attend events honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., including two keynote addresses by Marc Lamont Hill.
News from Human Resources
Learn about our new administrator for Leave of Absence and Disability Programs.
Winter and spring cooking classes
The latest series of offerings begins this weekend at the Retreat and Ecology Campus.
Diversity and inclusion
Learn about our new course, Understanding Bias.
The year in photos
From small moments to large events, we look back at our favorite images of the past 12 months.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Register for the biannual conference taking place at the Water Tower Campus next week.
Harassment Prevention Training
Learn about this required training for full-time faculty and full- and part-time staff launching on January 10, 2017.
LUMA's annual tradition
Visit the crèche exhibition before it closes this weekend.
‘O Holy Night’
Hear a stirring duet of this Christmas classic—plus see the University decked out for the holidays.
Christmas closing
As a reminder, the University will be closed the entire week following Christmas, December 26-30.
News from Payroll Services
As the end of the year approaches, keep in mind the following important reminders.
Take time to reflect
Register for the Inner-Mission Employee Retreat.
December Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence December award winners.
Harassment Prevention Training
Learn about this required training for full-time faculty and full- and part-time staff launching on January 10, 2017.
Friday's community message
Read a message from the University's Title IX Coordinator regarding an off-campus gender-based violent crime.
‘O Holy Night’
Hear a stirring duet and see Loyola decked out for Christmas.
A Christmas Message from Dr. Rooney
Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, wishes the Loyola community a blessed holiday season and a hope-filled New Year.
Harassment Prevention Training
Learn about this required training launching in January.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. Winter storms are this month’s focus.
Christmas Reception
On Wednesday, December 21, enjoy food and drink while mingling with fellow Loyolans in the Damen Student Center.
A Christmas tradition at LUMA
The annual <em>Art and Faith of the Crèche</em> exhibition is now open. Admission is always free to students, faculty, and staff.
Refugee Resettlement Program
Learn how to get involved with Mission and Identity’s efforts to support a refugee family in Rogers Park.
Undergraduate Women's Leadership Award
Nominate an undergraduate female student who is fostering a more just world through leadership, research, and service.
Take time to reflect
Register for the Inner-Mission Employee Retreat.
You’re Invited
Enjoy food and drink while mingling with fellow Loyolans under the Christmas tree in the Damen Student Center.
FACHEX Program
The application deadline is approaching for dependent tuition benefits at Jesuit colleges and universities across the U.S.
Christmas e-cards
Go paperless this season and spread holiday cheer with these Loyola e-cards.
Christmas closing
University will be closed the week following Christmas.
Statements of Support
Dr. Rooney joins AJCU presidents and other leaders to show support for undocumented students.
Kronos upgrade and downtime
Financial Services and ITS will be upgrading the Kronos system December 6 and 7.
News from the Information Security Office
Read the latest newsletter, which includes information on avoiding phishing scams.
Holiday happenings
Enjoy Christmastime on campus and around the city.
Christmas tree lighting
Kick off the Christmas season with the annual tree lighting celebration in the Damen Student Center.
Sign up for Loyola Alert
Campus Safety will test the Loyola Alert system on Friday. Register today or login to verify your contact information.
Celebrating Stritch
The 66th Annual Awards Dinner celebrated the school’s commitment to educating the next generation of physicians.
Go green for the holidays
Spread Christmas cheer with these Loyola e-cards.
November Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence November award winners.
News from Human Resources
The medical information release and spousal/LDA health insurance surcharge waiver are due Wednesday, November 30.
Sign up for Loyola Alert
Campus Safety will test the Loyola Alert system during the week of November 28. Click through to register.
Giving Tuesday is November 29
Learn how you can give the gift of education to students.
Annual Staff Awards
See who was honored at this year’s Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards ceremony.
Recommend a book for first-year students
Don’t forget to submit your recommendation for the 2017 First-Year Text by Monday, December 5.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with how to respond to an active shooter situation and the role of Campus Safety and law enforcement partners.
Open Enrollment is closing
Monday is the last day to make changes to your benefits.
Open Enrollment reminder
Don’t forget to enroll or change your benefit options for next year. The deadline is Monday, November 21.
Cheer on the Ramblers
The men’s soccer team hosts an NCAA tournament match against UIC today.
Presidential Inauguration
Read about the installation of Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, as Loyola’s 24th president.
NCAA report
Loyola ties with Harvard for top athlete graduation rate.
The Martyrs Award
On Wednesday, the University will present the Martyrs Award and host the annual Memorial Mass after the ceremony.
Participate in the Week of Action
Stop by the Damen Student Center or go online to take the It's On Us pledge to help prevent sexual violence.
Managing election stress
Learn about resources available to students and tools for faculty and staff following the election season.
Sounds of the season
Purchase your tickets for Joyola! and Lessons and Carols.
President’s Medallion winners
Read about this year’s recipients and their outstanding leadership, scholarship, and service.
News from Student Academic Services
Attend a software demo on a tool that can be used when students exhibit behaviors calling for personalized services.
Staff awards ceremony
Celebrate outstanding work done by colleagues at next week’s Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards Ceremony.
It’s On Us
Next week, take the pledge to help prevent sexual violence.
Historic celebration
Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, is officially installed as Loyola’s 24th president.
Hunger Week 2016
Help educate, advocate, and raise money to end hunger at a series of events that begin Monday.
The Public Voices Greenhouse
Faculty members are invited to apply for an innovative program to position themselves as thought leaders in their chosen fields.
Open Enrollment
Learn about flu shots, upcoming screenings, and benefit options.
Presidential Inauguration
Learn about Friday’s events, live streams, and viewing locations at the Water Tower and Health Sciences campuses.
News from Human Resources
Open Enrollment is now open. Read about benefit options and how to save on your health insurance premium.
St. Albert's Day
Celebrate the researchers on the Health Sciences Campus at this annual event held on Thursday.
Celebrate St. Ignatius's legacy
Participate in Hunger Week and the Mass of Remembrance.
Presidential Inauguration
Learn more about the details of Friday’s events.
Ignatian Heritage Month
Celebrate St. Ignatius's legacy and participate in events throughout November.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. October's focus is fire safety.
I’m Here For You Training
This workshop provides the skills needed to assist students who have experienced gender-based violence.
Celebrate St. Ignatius's legacy
Participate in events throughout November, including the Inauguration food drive.
News from Human Resources
Open enrollment begins Tuesday. Learn about benefit options and how to save on your health insurance premium.
Call for volunteers
Government Affairs is seeking faculty and staff volunteers for Saturday’s MAP Advocacy Student Leader Summit.
International Symposium on Digital Ethics
Next week's digital ethics symposium features keynote speaker Lilie Chouliaraki.
Our shared responsibility
Read about support services available to students.
Presidential Inauguration
Register for events taking place on Friday, November 4.
October Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence October award winners.
A Community of Caring
Read the message students received last week regarding gender-based violence prevention efforts and resources.
Faculty reception
Join Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, president, and John Pelissero, PhD, provost, at the second lakeside event.
Rambler Madness is here
Show your Rambler pride and celebrate the 2016–17 Loyola Ramblers basketball season tonight in Gentile Arena.
Discuss digital ethics
Registration is open for the annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics, featuring keynote speaker Lilie Chouliaraki.
Health Days
Benefits fairs begin this week. Biometric screenings, vendor activities, and more will be available on campus.
Voices of Hiroshima
The Loyola community is invited to a presentation by Takashi Teramoto, survivor of the Hiroshima atomic bombing.
Loyola Gives 2016
This winter, help families through our annual program.
Recognize your colleagues
Nominations are now open for the annual Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards.
Jesuits elect Superior General
Loyolans praise the new leader of the Society of Jesus, Father Arturo Sosa Abascal, S.J.
Faculty reception
Join Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, president, and John Pelissero, PhD, provost, at the first of two lakeside events.
Presidential Inauguration
Register for events taking place on Friday, November 4.
At home in the lab
Professor Alan Wolfe, PhD, found his calling as a researcher and teacher, and now he’s Faculty Member of the Year.
Friends of the Libraries Speaker Series
Join Assistant Professor Elizabeth Tandy Shermer, PhD, next month for a presentation on the 2016 race to the White House.
Annual Tip-Off Luncheon
A limited number of tickets are available for Athletics' event next week at the Water Tower Campus.
University Senate
The Loyola community is invited to attend Senate meetings, including Friday’s at the Health Sciences Campus.
News from the Information Security Office
Read this month’s information security newsletter, which includes safety tips when using social media.
Urban history conference
Loyola will host 650 urban historians, scholars, and authors at the Urban History Association’s biennial conference this week.
New immersion experience
Students explore Washington, D.C. in new program.
Teacher, mentor, researcher
Psychology professor Noni Gaylord-Harden, PhD, is all three and the recipient of the Ignatius Loyola Award.
Presidential Inauguration
Register for events celebrating the Inauguration of Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, on November 4.
Health Sciences Campus news
Health Sciences Division faculty and staff are invited to a town hall on Wednesday, October 12.
Tip-Off Luncheon
Celebrate the start of the basketball season.
Presidential Inauguration
Register for events celebrating the Inauguration of Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, on November 4.
Faculty Convocation in review
View photos and read through materials from this year’s events at the Lake Shore and Health Sciences campuses.
Converge registration open
Learn about the College of Arts and Sciences’s upcoming event and share with your alumni contacts.
Framing Justice
Attend a two-day, visual arts and dance symposium.
Update from Arrupe College
One year later, read about how students are thriving.
September Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence September award winners.
Fall reading
Register to join this fall’s Mission Book Club and read <em>Just Mercy</em> by Bryan Stevenson.
FACHEX Program
Learn about tuition benefits for dependents at Jesuit colleges and universities across the U.S.
Much more than a researcher
Read about microbiologist Tom Gallagher, PhD, the Graduate Faculty Member of the Year.
Organizational Announcement
Last week, Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, announced leadership and organizational changes to the Loyola community.
Shop and support local
The Loyola Farmers Market transitions to fall hours today. The market is now open Mondays from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at the Loyola Plaza.
Save the date
Health Days Benefit Fairs and Open Enrollment coming soon.
Welcome Rambler families
Our annual Family Weekend kicks off tomorrow. Take a look at the schedule and planned events.
Refugee Resettlement Program
Mission and Identity announced a unique opportunity for our community to support a refugee family settling in Rogers Park.
News from ITS
Become familiar with the updates to the University's Wi-Fi network options on campus.
Cuneo Mansion and Gardens
Get a sneak peek of the ongoing restoration projects.
Hank Center symposium
Starting Wednesday, "Citizenship, Public Service, and the Common Good" will explore issues facing voters this year.
My Dream Act
Join in a migrant's journey of struggles, hopes, and dreams for a better future through this first-person play.
Converge
Hear from fellow faculty members and reconnect with students at this College of Arts and Sciences alumni event next month.
New Student Convocation
Bryan Stevenson urges students to help change the world.
Faculty Convocation
Attendees will celebrate the start of the academic year, recognize academic excellence, and welcome new colleagues.
Welcome Rambler families
Our annual Family Weekend kicks off next Friday, September 23, at the Lake Shore Campus.
Framing Justice
Explore the meanings of social injustice as it informed the content and execution of visual arts and dance next month.
Ranking news
Loyola again ranks in the top 100 list by <em>U.S. News</em>.
Tour Cuneo Mansion and Gardens
Head to Vernon Hills for a look at ongoing restoration projects, self-guided tours, and lectures.
Hank Center symposium
"Citizenship, Public Service, and the Common Good" will explore many issues relevant to this election season.
Sign up for the SEEL Retreat
Reflect and grow at this year’s Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life Retreat.
Sierra Club ranking
Loyola named seventh greenest college in America.
Fall at LUMA
The museum’s new exhibitions explore power and forgiveness. Admission is free for students, faculty, and staff.
First week in review
Listen in as Associate Professor John Donoghue, PhD, delivers a rousing lecture to his students on the first day of class.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. September’s focus is bomb threats.
Welcoming students
View the collection of photos from Welcome Week 2016.
New Student Convocation
See pictures from this year’s New Student Convocation, where we welcomed the largest class in the University’s history.
News from ITS
Improvements have been made to the Wi-Fi network to increase access, security, and reliability.
Get a new headshot
University Marketing and Communication is hosting portrait sessions Friday, September 9. Schedule your session today.
Sign up for EMERGE
Expand and strengthen your professional skills.
A Rambler welcome
From Faith Fest to the New Year’s Festival, take a look at a full schedule of the upcoming Welcome Week events.
Study Abroad panel
This week, U.S. Ambassador Caroline Kennedy and others will discuss ways students can access global opportunities.
August Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence August award winners.
Fall Block Party
Celebrate the first week of classes with free food and music.
Participate in Student Convocation
Join faculty and staff in celebrating the beginning of the school year during the annual cheer tunnel and Convocation.
Welcome New Students
Dr. Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, invites the Loyola community to participate in this year's Welcome Week events.
Annual White Coat Ceremony
Read a recap and view photos from the Stritch School of Medicine’s annual event at the Health Sciences Campus.
Presidential Inauguration
Missioning Mass and Installation Ceremony scheduled for November 4.
August Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence August award winners.
Convocation Walk
Join your colleagues in celebrating our newest students at the annual event Friday afternoon.
Parking update for Move-In
This week, the Main Parking Structure will be restricted to students moving onto campus. See “Faculty/Staff Information.”
Welcome Week
Take a look at the full schedule of events for students.
Convocation Walk
Mark your calendar and join colleagues to celebrate our newest students at the annual event next week.
Move-In is almost here
The University welcomes more than 4,400 students to the residence halls next week.
Technology for the classroom
Instructional Technology and Research Support offers trainings to prepare faculty and staff to use various available platforms.
Rambler Connection
Help first-year students transition to college life.
Welcome the Class of 2020
Residence Life is looking for faculty and staff to assist students and families during Move-In this month.
Farmers Market at Loyola Plaza
Support local and sustainable businesses at the market every Monday afternoon.
Work-life benefit reminder
The University offers an Employee Assistance Program to help find solutions to issues and difficulties of daily life.
Serve as a staff leader
Campus Ministry is hosting info sessions this month.
First-Year Text discussion
Participate in a facilitated dialogue on <em>Just Mercy</em> with fellow colleagues on Monday, August 15.
Work-life benefit reminder
The University offers an Employee Assistance Program to help find solutions to issues and difficulties of daily life.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Register now for the August 18 conference focused on “Faculty as Learners.”
Martyrs Award
Nominate a faith-based organization or individual.
Welcome the Class of 2020
Residence Life is looking for faculty and staff to assist students and families during Move-In this month.
Martyrs Award nominations
Nominations of a worthy faith-based organization or individual are due Friday, August 12.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Register for the August 18 discussion on “Faculty as Learners: A Lens for Building Teaching and Learning Strategies."
Feast of Saint Ignatius
View photos from this year's Mass and picnic.
Martyrs Award
Nominate a worthy faith-based organization or individual for consideration by August 12.
Service Days in review
Take a look at photos from last month’s Ignatian Service Days with faculty and staff.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Athletics hosts its annual outing at Harborside International Golf Center this month. Registration closes on Friday.
Welcome, Dr. Rooney
Ramblers welcome Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD.
Welcome, Dr. Rooney
Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, takes over as the 24th president of Loyola University Chicago.
July Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence July award winners.
Sign up for EMERGE
Expand your knowledge and strengthen your professional skills. View the latest program schedule.
Farmers Market
Shop local at the Loyola Plaza every Monday afternoon.
July Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence July award winners.
First-Year Text discussion
Faculty and staff are invited to participate in a facilitated dialogue on <em>Just Mercy</em> at the Lake Shore Campus next month.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Athletics hosts its annual outing next month at Harborside International Golf Center.
Feast of Saint Ignatius
Attend the annual Mass and picnic tomorrow.
Serving our community
Take a look at photos from last week's Ignatian Service Days where faculty and staff volunteered around Chicago.
Summer Book League
Register and keep track of the pages you read this summer. The contest will close on August 16.
Support first-year students
Rambler Connection is designed to aid students in their transition to college life.
Culinary Classes and Events
Check out the summer schedule at the Retreat & Ecology Campus.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Athletics hosts its annual outing next month at Harborside International Golf Center.
First-Year Text discussion
Faculty and staff are invited to participate in a facilitated summer book discussion on <em>Just Mercy</em> by Bryan Stevenson.
Library Book Donation Drive
Drop off your books for the annual drive today. Texts for 4th-8th grade are preferred, and titles in Spanish are greatly needed.
Sign up for EMERGE
Expand and strengthen your professional skills.
Visit LUMA’s current exhibitions
Check out the three exhibitions on view at LUMA before they close Saturday, July 23.
Framing Justice
In October, explore the meanings of social injustice as it informed the content and execution of visual arts and dance.
First-Year Text: Just Mercy
Learn more about the book first-year students are reading before stepping onto campus this fall.
Farmers Market
Shop local at the Loyola Plaza every Monday afternoon.
Sign up for EMERGE
Expand your knowledge and strengthen your professional skills. View the latest program schedule.
Summer Book League
Register and keep track of the pages you read this summer to participate in this Loyola Libraries’ contest.
Library Book Donation Drive
Participate in the on-campus Service Days drive. Texts for 4th-8th grade are preferred, and titles in Spanish are greatly needed.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Register for Athletics’ annual event taking place next month.
Ignatian Service Days
Register today and volunteer with colleagues at a service site later this month.
Introducing Loyola Secure Transfer
Transfer and receive files that are too large to send via e-mail, or contain sensitive information, via our new file-sharing service.
Introducing Loyola Secure Transfer
Transfer and receive files that are too large to send via e-mail, or contain sensitive information, via our new file-sharing service.
The sights of summer
See Loyola and Chicago in all their warm-weather glory.
First-Year Text: Just Mercy
Learn more about the book first-year students will read before stepping onto campus this fall.
Ignatian Service Days
Join your colleagues and volunteer at a service site this month. Registration is open through July 13.
Library Book Donation Drive
Participate in the on-campus Service Days drive. Texts for 4th-8th grade are preferred, and titles in Spanish are greatly needed.
Summer on the Plaza
View this month’s schedule and join us on the Loyola Plaza.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Athletics hosts its annual outing this August at Harborside International Golf Center.
Support first-year students
Rambler Connection is designed to aid students in their transition to college life.
Library Book Donation Drive
Participate in the on-campus Service Days drive. Texts for 4th-8th grade are preferred, and titles in Spanish are greatly needed.
Ignatian Service Day
Volunteer at one of this year’s service sites.
Ignatian Service Days
Join your colleagues and volunteer at one of this year’s service sites next month. Registration is now open.
Library Book Donation Drive
Participate in the on-campus Service Days drive. Texts for 4th-8th grade are preferred, and titles in Spanish are greatly needed.
Fiscal year deadlines
The 2016 fiscal year ends this month. Check out Finance’s list of approaching deadlines.
Farmers Market
Shop local at the Loyola Plaza every Monday afternoon.
Civic engagement panels
Read the recap from “The Role of Free Speech and Free Press in a Democratic Society”—and join next Thursday's dialogue.
The Graduate School and Research Services news
Learn about the appointment of new leadership for The Graduate School and Office of Research Services.
Organizational announcement
Robert A. Munson will step down as senior vice president and chief financial officer on April 28.
A resource for change
Read about this year's Martyrs Award recipient, the Quinn Community Center.
Organizational announcement
John P. Pelissero, PhD, will transition out of the provost and chief academic officer role and return to faculty.
University-wide beverage survey
Assist Loyola's Purchasing team as they determine what beverages to offer on campus.
Staff excellence awards
Celebrate Loyola staff members at this year's reception.
April's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence April award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
End of the academic year
Commencement 2014 is right around the corner and will be held May 4, 7-10, and 17 at the Lake Shore Campus.
Conversational language learning courses
Register for a four-week language course this summer. Spanish, Chinese, German, or Italian are available.
Annual Wing-Tat Lee Lecture
Come hear author and professor Karen Alter discuss her new book.
University Senate
Nominations close today for two staff positions.
Participate in our accreditation
Higher Learning Commission evaluators will be on campus next week. Learn how you can participate in the process.
New Licensee Code of Conduct
Become familiar with the University's updated Licensee Code of Conduct.
Introducing Arrupe College
Our new two-year school serving local, underrepresented students is now accepting applications.
January staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence January award winners.
Mentoring undergraduate students
Join fellow faculty members to discuss best practices for mentoring research students.
Congratulate Dean Seal
Dean Seal has been named the Association of College and Research Libraries’ Academic/Research Librarian of the Year.
Climate change conference
Register for IES’s annual conference.
Congratulate Dean Seal
Dean Seal receives national research librarian award.
Loyola Night at the Art Institute
Join us Thursday, Feb. 19 for free admission and special events at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Reflect this Lenten season
Mission and Identity welcomes Loyolans to join daily online Lenten reflections and communal reflection gatherings.
Shop locally this summer
The Loyola Farmers Market season begins today at the Loyola Plaza.
Sign up for EMERGE
Increase your knowledge and strengthen your skills at a one of the EMERGE summer sessions.
New CHRC associate director named
Center for the Human Rights of Children welcomes Adam Avrushin as associate director.
Learn to cook
Check out LUREC’s summer culinary courses.
Celebrating alumni
This weekend, we recognize alumni who exemplify leadership in their communities. Meet the award recipients.
2015 Summer Book League
The Loyola Libraries is hosting its annual reading contest for faculty and staff. Sign up now.
Track your steps
The 2015 Walking Challenge is underway. Log your steps individually or as a team to compete.
Alumni Weekend is here
It’s not too late to join this weekend’s festivities.
Reconnect with fellow Ramblers
Join the Loyola community for Alumni Weekend this Friday-Sunday at the Lake Shore Campus.
2015 Summer Book League
The Loyola Libraries is hosting its annual reading contest for faculty and staff. Sign up now.
Loyola Limited needs your vote
Help Loyola Limited secure funding to launch a business supporting local high school students.
Rambler sports camps
Athletics is hosting summer camps for all ages and skill levels.
May staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence May award winners.
Password Self-Service now available
You can now manage your own network password settings quickly and independently.
Toasting to a centennial
Join the School of Social work as they celebrate 100 years of educating leaders in the profession.
Founders’ Dinner
Join us as we celebrate alumni achievements.
Alumni Weekend is coming
Join the Loyola Community for a weekend of events and celebrations June 5-7.
Pearson Street construction
Traffic will be affected near the Water Tower Campus during infrastructure upgrades and streetscape improvements.
Staff Council elections now open
Voting for next year’s Staff Council representatives begins today. Check your inbox for more information.
Commencement 2015
Take a look at this year’s best moments.
Visit LUMA’s summer exhibitions
Three new exhibitions open this weekend, including a collaboration with the School of Social Work.
Rambler sports camps and clinics
Athletics is hosting summer camps for participants of all ages and skill levels.
Mission book club
Mission and Identity invites you to read <i>The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything</i> this summer.
Men’s volleyball physicians
One Loyola doctor helps two rival teams.
Congratulations to the Class of 2015
Take a look at photos and video from this year’s ceremonies and celebrations.
Finance information exchange
Join the Finance Division for an all-day, in-depth training session this month.
Connecting across campuses
You can now connect with colleagues at LUREC by using internal extension phone numbers.
Holy Week Schedule
Visit the Campus Ministry page for details on the week's services.
Staff Council nominations now open
Nominate a staff member for University Staff Council, now through April 21.
McElroy Shakespeare Celebration
In honor of the late English professor Bernard McElroy, this event explores Shakespearean issues.
Libraries Speaker Series
Chicago author Kelly O’Connor McNees will discuss her historical novel.
Celebrating student achievement
More than 1,000 Loyola students will be featured during Weekend of Excellence, April 10-13.
Register for the employee retreat
The Inner-Mission Employee Retreat challenges Loyolans to take time out to reflect on purpose and meaning. Register now for the June 12-13 retreat.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. April's focus is Natural Disasters.
Basketball Day Camp
Discounts available for children of Loyola employees.
Weekend of Excellence
From presentations to performances, Loyola students take center stage April 10–13.
Pizza with the President
Join Father Garanzini for lunch and a Q&A session on the Water Tower and Health Sciences campuses.
Celebrate student contributions
Can you imagine what would happen if we didn't have our student workers to help us? Celebrate them April 13-18.
Inner-Mission Employee Retreat
June 12 - 13 at the Retreat and Ecology Campus
Pizza with the President
Join Father Garanzini for lunch and a Q&A session on the Lake Shore, Water Tower, and Health Sciences campuses.
March's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence March award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
Celebrate student contributions
Can you imagine what would happen if we didn't have our student workers to help us? Celebrate them April 13-18.
March's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence March award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
Visit the Art Institute
Join us for University Partner Day this Saturday.
Twice as nice
The men’s volleyball team captured its second NCAA title in two years Saturday night.
Call for proposals
Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy is accepting proposals for its upcoming teaching and learning conference.
Payroll reminders
Take a look at the Finance Department’s top five payroll reminders for 2015.
Track your steps
The annual Walking Challenge is underway.
Hats off to our graduates
Take a look at photos from this week’s Commencement ceremonies.
Talk personal finance
Book an appointment with your 403(b) vendor. Representatives will be on campus in May and June.
Mentor first-year students
First-Year Experience is looking for faculty and staff to participate in a new mentoring program.
Ramblers head to semifinals
Men's volleyball team competes in the NCAA Final Four.
Commencement Week is here
Take a look at graduate profiles, ceremony schedules, and photos.
Mentor first-year students
First-Year Experience is looking for faculty and staff to participate in a new mentoring program.
Finance information exchange
Join the Finance Division for an all-day, in-depth training session this month.
Quinlan dean named
Alumnus Kevin T. Stevens joins July 1.
Celebrate Commencement
Commencement ceremonies begin this weekend. Take a look at the schedule, speakers, and more.
New internal audit firm announced
Financial Services has selected Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP, as the University’s internal audit firm.
Nominate a deserving faculty member
Faculty Council is seeking nominations for Faculty Member of the Year. Deadline is May 15.
Cheer on the Ramblers
The men’s volleyball team heads to the MIVA finals.
Weekend of Excellence in review
Take a look at the best moments from this year’s celebration of our students, staff, and faculty.
Arrupe College announces new deans
Welcome Yolanda Golden, associate dean of student success, and Jennie Wozniak Boyle, associate dean of academics.
April Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence April award winners.
Nominate a staff member
Staff Council nominations close today.
April Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence April award winners.
Take time to reflect
Participate in an upcoming employee retreat hosted by Mission & Identity at the Retreat and Ecology Campus.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. April’s focus is flooding.
It’s On Us, Loyola
April is Sexual Assault Awareness month.
Celebrate the end of the semester
The spring Water Tower Campus Block Party is Thursday, April 23. Join us for food, music, and activities.
State of the University recap
In case you missed it, the spring 2015 State of the University address is now available online.
Explore the life of comedian Richard Pryor
Biographer Scott Saul presents “Living with Richard Pryor: A Biographer’s Tale,” at the Lake Shore Campus this week.
Remembering Cardinal George
Read Father Garanzini’s statement of reflection.
Weekend of Excellence is here
Join the Loyola community in celebrating academic success across our campuses.
Participate in Bike 2 Campus Week
The annual Bike 2 Campus Week begins Monday. Ride and track your bike trips to participate in the competition.
Updates from Campus Card
Read the latest from Campus Card, including a month-long promotion and additional retailers accepting Rambler Bucks.
Take time to reflect
Participate in an upcoming mission retreat.
Celebrating academic excellence
Meet some of the students who will be honored at the Weekend of Excellence.
Annual Greenstone Memorial Lecture
The School of Social Work presents “Social Work through the Holocaust: The Life and Legacy of Louis Lowy” this week.
ACE Fellow announcement
Congratulate Quinlan’s Joan M. Phillips, PhD, MBA, who was named an American Council on Education Fellow.
Commencement volunteers
Be an important part of this year’s ceremonies.
McElroy Shakespeare Celebration
Explore major themes in Shakespearean criticism next week during an evening lecture and performance.
News from the Office of the Provost
Thomas Regan, S.J., has been named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
New Password Self-Service is coming
ITS is launching a new system that allows you to reset your network password quickly and independently.
The Great Cartoon Debate
Two political cartoonists come to campus next week.
State of the University announced
Attend Father Garanzini’s final State of the University addresses on April 7 and 9. Lunch will be served.
Faculty and Staff Opinion Survey results
HR is pleased to report our overall response rate was 78 percent, which puts us above the mark we achieved in 2010.
College Basketball Invitational Rally
The Loyola community celebrated the men’s basketball team post-season tournament title Monday night.
Mark Shriver lecture
The Hank Center welcomes Mark Kennedy Shriver.
Celebrate Easter at Loyola
Join the Loyola community for Easter at Madonna della Strada this Sunday.
News from the Information Security Office
Check out this month’s information security newsletter, which includes details on using public Wi-Fi.
State of the University announced
Attend Father Garanzini’s final State of the University addresses on April 7 and 9. Lunch will be served.
Ramblers bring home CBI title
Congratulate the men’s basketball team.
March's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence March award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
Match Day for SSOM
Learn more about Stritch School of Medicine's annual Match Day and why it's an important and emotional day for students.
Senate seeking staff nominations
The University Senate is seeking nominations for two staff representative positions that are up for election.
Dean's Speaker Series
Delivering health care
Habemus Papam +1
Join the Hank Center today for a 1 p.m. symposium to mark the one-year anniversary of Pope Francis's election.
Senate seeking staff nominations
The University Senate is seeking nominations for two staff representative positions that are up for election.
Student Development leadership changes
On Monday, Provost John Pelissero announced changes in senior leadership for the Division of Student Development.
2014 Earth Hour
Join Loyola on March 29
Celebrating one year
Join the Hank Center for a symposium to mark the one-year anniversary of Pope Francis's election.
A day of lobbying
Register today for Green Lobby Day and join fellow Loyolans as they travel to Springfield to engage with legislators.
Introducing the Schreiber Center
Alumnus John G. Schreiber has made a $10 million gift to the University's Quinlan School of Business.
Student Development leadership changes
On Monday, Provost John Pelissero announced changes in senior leadership for the Division of Student Development.
Annual Terry Lecture
Discussing the work of Edward Gorey, Apr. 9
Introducing the Schreiber Center
Alumnus John G. Schreiber has made a $10 million gift to the University's Quinlan School of Business.
A symbolic day
Thursday marks the fourth annual Wolf + Kettle Day, a day in which we celebrate the generosity of our donors.
A report from the board
On March 6-7, Loyola’s Board of Trustees gathered in St. Louis for their quarterly meeting. Here's a look at the meeting highlights.
Reduce your water footprint
Through March 22
Holy Week at Loyola
Join the Loyola community for Holy Week services at Madonna della Strada.
State of the University announced
Attend Father Garanzini’s final State of the University addresses on April 7 and 9. Lunch will be served.
The Hank Center welcomes Mark Shriver
Shriver will speak on campus as part of the Hank Center’s Catholic Thought and the Professional Life Series.
Ramblers in the CBI Finals
Cheer on the men’s basketball team tonight.
Ta-Nehisi Coates on campus
Loyola will welcome <i>The Atlantic</i> correspondent to discuss his article, “The Case for Reparations.”
March staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence March award winners.
Water Tower Campus parking update
Campus Transportation has added a discounted rate at the 850 North State Street parking garage.
Weekend of Excellence
Save the date to celebrate student achievements April 16-19.
March staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence March award winners.
An Evening with Jackie Taylor
Check out this interview featuring alum and Black Ensemble Theater founder Jackie Taylor, who will be on campus later this week.
Listening to Killers
Loyola psychology professor James Garbarino, PhD, lectures on his latest book at two events this week.
Leadership transition
Father Garanzini to transition to Chancellor role.
Cardinal Ravasi visits Loyola
The Cardinal will receive an honorary degree and lecture on culture, Catholic higher education, and the Church.
Faculty and Staff Survey incentive winners
Congrats to our incentive winners! Don’t forget the survey closes Friday, so let your voice be heard and make a difference.
University Senate elections
Staff members are encouraged to check their email and vote for peers to represent them as part of the University Senate.
Wolf and Kettle Day
Today we celebrate the generosity of our donors.
The Campaign for Quinlan
We are proud to announce the $100 million fundraising campaign benefiting the Quinlan School of Business.
Faculty and Staff Opinion Survey reminder
Reminder emails are going out today to those who haven’t yet completed the survey.
Annual Baum Speaker Series
Mundelein College alumna Adrienne Bailey, PhD, will reflect on the Freedom March later this month.
Hear from Cardinal Ravasi
Honorary doctoral degree to be awarded on March 25.
Annual Baum Speaker Series
Mundelein College alumna Adrienne Bailey, PhD, will reflect on the Freedom March later this month.
Lenten programming on campus
Don’t forget to attend the events offered throughout the Lenten season.
Wolf and Kettle Day is coming
The Loyola community will celebrate the generosity of our donors Thursday, March 19.
Share Your Opinion, Win a Party!
Take the Faculty and Staff Opinion Survey today.
Annual Baum lecture
Judith Mayotte, PhD, will be on campus Wednesday to discuss the plight of refugees affected by climate change.
Save the Date: Weekend of Excellence
Loyola's annual weekend devoted to celebrating student achievement will be held April 11-13.
February's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence February award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
Reduce your water footprint
March 17-22
February's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence February award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
Climate change crisis
IES hosts annual conference this month.
Make your voice heard!
The Faculty and Staff Opinion Survey is open. To participate, check your email for a survey invitation and unique link. The survey is open to full-time faculty and full- and part-time staff hired prior to February 9.
Faculty and Staff Opinion Survey FAQs
We've heard a lot of questions about the survey. Who's eligible to participate? How can I take the survey? Is it confidential? Get answers to these questions, and more, on the survey's FAQ page.
Loyola Opinion Survey is coming
Read Father Garanzini's letter about the importance of the Faculty and Staff Opinion Survey, which opens Monday.
Sign up for EMERGE
Build your professional development skills at an upcoming training session.
Submit your wellness reward form
If you completed the required 2015 wellness activities, you are eligible for a $100 wellness reward. Forms are due by Friday.
Hear from Gregory Boyle, S.J.
The author of <i>Tattoos on the Heart</i> is coming to campus.
Explore the world of the Shakers
LUMA presents unique exhibitions on Shaker art, design, and architecture. Admission is always free for Loyolans.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. March’s focus is tornadoes.
Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy
Remember to review the University’s policy on alcohol and other drugs.
Arch Madness
The men’s basketball team heads to St. Louis this week.
February staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence February award winners.
News from the Information Security Office
Check out this month’s information security newsletter, which includes how to use cloud storage.
Early alert grade process
Identify students who may need academic support by using LOCUS's mid-term grade roster to enter early alert grades.
Climate change conference
Register for IES’s annual conference.
Participate in our accreditation
Higher Learning Commission evaluators were recently on campus as part of our accreditation.
February staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence February award winners.
Nominate a staff member for University Senate
Nominations are open for two staff University Senate positions. Submit nominations by February 26.
NLRB mail ballot election
Ballots are due to the NLRB on January 26. Please make your voice heard. Ballots will be counted on January 27.
Video message
Watch the interim president speak about the NLRB election.
Planning and preparing
In July, more than 20 University administrators took part in a tabletop exercise focusing on emergency response planning.
Join the Cheer Tunnel
Welcome the Class of 2018!
Welcome Week 2014
The start of Welcome Week is just around the corner. Check out the schedule today to see how you can get involved.
Planning and preparing
In July, more than 20 University administrators took part in a tabletop exercise focusing on emergency response planning.
More tips to stay safe online
The latest newsletter from the University Information Security Office is now available online.
New addition officially opens
On Thursday, the University cut the ribbon on the Damen Student Center and Halas Recreation Center addition.
Help us "go green"
Interested in helping promote "green" practices throughout the University? If so, join the ITS Green Initiative.
July's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence July award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
Crossings and Dwellings
Stop in at LUMA today!
July's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence July award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
Large turnout for Service Day
More than 100 Loyolans from across several departments volunteered at this year's Ignatian Service Day projects.
Recipe for success
LUREC Executive Chef Scott Commings capped off his run on <i>Hell's Kitchen</i> by taking home the top prize.
Join the Cheer Tunnel
Welcome the Class of 2018!
"DREAMers" join SSOM
This week, the Stritch School of Medicine welcomed its Class of 2018, including seven "DREAMer" students.
Join the tradition
Help us welcome the Class of 2018 to Loyola on Friday, August 22, and be a part of the "Cheer Tunnel."
Help us "go green"
Interested in helping promote "green" practices throughout the University? If so, join the ITS Green Initiative.
Crossings and Dwellings
Stop in at LUMA today!
Feast of St. Ignatius, July 31
Join in the day's activities
Opening night
Join LUMA for a night of fun in celebration of the opening of <i>Crossings and Dwellings</i>. Reception begins at 4:30 p.m.
Hell's Kitchen champ
On Thursday, LUREC Executive Chef Scott Commings capped off his run on <i>Hell's Kitchen</i> by taking home the top prize.
Schweitzer Fellows named
Four current Loyola graduate students have received prestigious Schweitzer Fellowships.
Feast of St. Ignatius, July 31
Join in the day's activities
Watch party with LUREC chef
Scott Commings, executive chef at LUREC, will compete in the season finale of FOX's <i>Hell's Kitchen</i> on Thursday!
Schweitzer Fellows named
Four current Loyola graduate students have received prestigious Schweitzer Fellowships.
Crossings and Dwellings now open
Historical maps, books, and more, tell the story of European Jesuits and women religious in LUMA's new exhibition.
Feast of St. Ignatius, July 31
Ribbon cutting added
Ribbon cutting added to festivities
Join us on July 31 to celebrate St. Ignatius and cut the ribbon for the Damen Student Center's new addition.
LUREC chef earns spot in finals
Scott Commings, executive chef at LUREC, will compete in the season finale of FOX's <i>Hell's Kitchen</i> on Thursday!
Crossings and Dwellings now open
Historical maps, books, and more, tell the story of European Jesuits and women religious in LUMA's new exhibition.
Service Day supplies needed
Donate through July 24
New LUMA exhibition opens Saturday
Historical maps, books, and more, tell the story of European Jesuits and women religious in new exhibition.
#MyTopCollege campaign
What makes Loyola the best place to be? <i>Forbes</i> wants to know! Share why you think Loyola is a top college.
Spend the day with Loyola Athletics
Athletics will host its 29th annual golf outing on August 14 at Harborside International Golf Center. Register today!
Service Day supplies needed
Donate through July 24
Have you donated yet?
Donations are still being accepted for the Ignatian Service Day school supply list. Donate through July 24.
July plaza events added
A number of new events have been added to the University's Summer on the Plaza July schedule. Be sure to stop by.
Spend the day with Loyola Athletics
Athletics will host its 29th annual golf outing on August 14 at Harborside International Golf Center. Register today!
Crossings and Dwellings
Opening Saturday at LUMA
Spend the day with Loyola Athletics
Athletics will host its 29th annual golf outing on August 14 at Harborside International Golf Center. Register today!
Tips for staying safe online
The latest newsletter from the University Information Security Office is now available online.
Service Day need to knows
Registration remains open for the 2014 Service Day and supply drive. Learn more about this annual event.
Crossings and Dwellings
Coming to LUMA July 19
Workshop opens high schoolers' eyes
The School of Communication's digital storytelling workshop, held each June, recently welcomed 30 students.
Important expense policy updates
The travel and business expense policy has been updated by the University. Read on to learn about the changes.
Service Day need to knows
Registration remains open for the 2014 Service Day and supply drive. Learn more about this annual event.
Crossings and Dwellings
Coming to LUMA July 19
Workshop opens high schoolers' eyes
The School of Communication's digital storytelling workshop, held each June, recently welcomed 30 students.
Important expense policy updates
The travel and business expense policy has been updated by the University. Read on to learn about the changes.
Service Day need to knows
Registration remains open for the 2014 Service Day and supply drive. Learn more about this annual event.
Crossings and Dwellings
Coming to LUMA July 19
Welcoming students home
Orientation is underway and we're welcoming students to their new home. Check out photos from the sessions.
Service Day need to knows
Registration remains open for the 2014 Service Day and supply drive. Learn more about this annual event.
Founders' awardees honored
The annual Founders' Dinner was held Saturday on the Lake Shore Campus. Learn more about this year's awardees.
Crossings and Dwellings
Coming to LUMA July 19
Founders' awardees named
The annual Founders' Dinner is this Saturday on the Lake Shore Campus. Learn more about this year's awardees.
Celebrate our fantastic alums
Alumni Weekend (June 27-29) is almost here. See the full schedule and register today for the weekend's festivities.
Walking works
Registration for the third annual University Walking Challenge is now open. Sign up today and walk through July 26.
Ignatian Service Day
Register, donate supplies
Celebrate our fantastic alums
Alumni Weekend (June 27-29) is almost here. See the full schedule and register today for the weekend's festivities.
Walking works
Registration for the third annual University Walking Challenge is now open. Sign up today and walk through July 26.
June's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence June award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
Ignatian Service Day
Register now!
June's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence June award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
The Chapel bell campaign
The University has launched a campaign to complete the vision for Madonna della Strada Chapel. Find out how to help.
Healthy home, healthy community
Join Loyola, the City of Chicago, Cook County, and others for a multidisciplinary summit on advancing healthy homes.
A report from the board
On June 6, Loyola's Board of Trustees gathered downtown for their quarterly meeting. Here's a look at the meeting highlights.
Celebrity organ concerts return
The University's annual summer organ concert series, which features a number of talented organists, is back.
Live music, yoga, and more!
Week two of Loyola's Summer on the Plaza is here. Read on to learn more about this week's events.
The Chapel bell campaign
The University has launched a campaign to complete the vision for Madonna della Strada Chapel. Find out how to help.
Ignatian Service Day
Register now!
June wellness update
Walking challenge, Divvy, etc.
Summer on the Plaza
Join your colleagues and the community for a summer of fun on the new Loyola plaza. Festivities kick off this week.
Sustainable food on campus
The Farmers Market has returned, but in a new location that is just steps from the Loyola 'L' stop.
The final week is here
Gorey at LUMA
Sustainable food on campus
The Farmers Market has returned, but in a new location that is just steps from the Loyola 'L' stop.
Have you voted yet?
Don't forget to vote to elect new University Staff Council members. Voting ends on Monday, June 9.
Financial services deadlines
Loyola's fiscal year-end is approaching. To close out FY '14, please review the key deadlines.
The final week is here
Gorey at LUMA
Farmers Market returns
On Monday, the Farmers Market will open in a new location, the Loyola Plaza, just steps from the Loyola stop.
Financial services deadlines
Loyola's fiscal year-end is approaching. To close out FY '14, please review the key deadlines.
#VoteHutz
Rambler fans, men's volleyball player Peter Hutz is a finalist for Off The Block's Fan Choice Player of the Year. Vote today!
TCW's Man of the Month
A profile of Father Garanzini
The senior showcase
Only a few weeks remain to catch the Senior Exhibition at the Ralph Arnold Gallery and Newhart Promenade.
Join the league
The University's Summer Book League is underway, but it's not too late to get involved.
Reflect on your purpose
There's still time to register for the University's Inner-Mission Employee Retreat, which is scheduled for June 12-13.
Pizza with the President
Health Sciences Campus, 6/3
Celebrating years of service
The annual spring Service Recognition Luncheon, hosted by Father Garanzini, was held on Wednesday, April 23.
Join the league
Step up to the plate and get ready to read as part of the University's Summer Book League. Opening day is June 1.
May's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence May award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
Pizza with the President
Health Sciences Campus, 6/3
Celebrate our outstanding alumni
Tickets are now on sale for the University's annual Founders' Dinner on the Lake Shore Campus.
Panopto workshop available
Familiarize yourself with Panopto, the new lecture-capturing platform. This session will occur on the LSC.
Commencement 2014
Commencement continues later this week on the Lake Shore Campus. Enjoy some photos from last week's ceremonies.
Organ Concert Series
Michael Messina, May 18
Commencement 2014
More than 4,000 grads will walk across the stage this spring to collect degrees. Learn about some of our future alums.
Parking restrictions at LSC
Due to Commencement, usage of the Main Parking Structure will be limited for the remainder of the week.
10-year anniversary brings renaming
The Center for Catholic School Effectiveness has been renamed in honor of a pioneer in the study of Catholic education.
Walking tour and lecture
Lincoln Park's hidden truths
May's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence May award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
Tell your own tales
Join Professor Bren Ortega Murphy for an interactive storytelling session held in conjunction with the Gorey exhibition.
Take a summer EMERGE course
Registration is now open for the University's summer EMERGE programs. The full schedule is available online.
Founders' Dinner 2014
Registration is now open!
See Gorey before it goes
Come and see nearly 200 works by renowned author and illustrator Edward Gorey. The exhibition ends June 15.
Take a summer EMERGE course
Registration is now open for the University's summer EMERGE programs. The full schedule is available online.
Nominate a worthy family business
Loyola's Family Business Center is now accepting nominations for its annual awards program. Submit through May 23.
Founders' Dinner 2014
Registration is now open!
Take a summer EMERGE course
Registration is now open for the University's summer EMERGE programs. The full schedule is available online.
Nominate a worthy family business
Loyola's Family Business Center is now accepting nominations for its annual awards program. Submit through May 23.
Celebrate our outstanding alumni
Tickets are now on sale for the University's annual Founders' Dinner on the Lake Shore Campus.
DFPA First Friday Series
Lunchtime concert, April 4
Organ Concert Series
Michael Messina, May 18
Kings of the court
The top-seeded Ramblers captured the University's first NCAA title in men's volleyball Saturday night in Gentile Arena.
Honoring the champs!
Celebrate Loyola's first men’s volleyball national championship at a rally in the Damen Student Center on Tuesday.
Commencement Week is here
Visit the Commencement website to view the week's schedule and a list of speakers.
Missing student found
Thank you for your help.
One down, one to go
The top-ranked Ramblers won a thriller Thursday night and advanced to Saturday's NCAA championship in Gentile Arena.
MVB hosts Penn State
On Thursday, the Ramblers begin their quest for an NCAA title in men’s volleyball. And, they’ll do it on their home court.
Graduation speakers unveiled
Commencement Week kicks off May 4. A full schedule and list of ceremony speakers is now available.
April's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence April award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
Puppets, mastered
Blair Thomas & Company brings Gorey stories to life.
Calling all gardeners and painters
Help "green up" the Edgewater and Rogers Park communities at the annual North Lake Shore Earth Day on Saturday.
Missing student found and safe
Campus Safety has confirmed that missing student Lucas Fleisher has been found and is doing well.
End of the academic year
Commencement 2014 is right around the corner and will be held May 4, 7-10, and 17 at the Lake Shore Campus.
Annual Wing-Tat Lee Lecture
Come hear author and professor Karen Alter discuss her new book.
BioSoap "BYOB"
"Bring your own bottle" to the Clean Energy Lab and get it filled with BioSoap for $2, April 22-24 from 12 – 4 p.m.
Conversational language learning courses
Register for a four-week language course this summer. Spanish, Chinese, German, or Italian are available.
NCAA Men’s Volleyball Championship
Tickets are on sale now for the NCAA Men’s Volleyball Championship at Loyola. Come cheer on the Ramblers!
WTC Block Party
Celebrate the last week of classes with free food and entertainment.
Easter Mass
Celebrate Easter Sunday at Madonna della Strada Chapel.
Total compensation statement now online
Human Resources has posted your personalized 2013 total compensation statement online.
Staff Council nominations now open
Nominate a staff member for University Staff Council, now through April 21.
Spring Dance Informance
Dance students showcase their semester's work.
Introducing Arrupe College
Our new two-year school serving local, underrepresented students is now accepting applications.
Access your electronic W-2
Check out the Finance Department’s blog for electronic W-2 and Turbo Tax instructions.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. February’s focus is civil unrest.
Cuneo weddings
Explore the Mansion and Gardens at an open house.
Waste Week is almost here
Join the Loyola community for events that will explore what we can do to reduce the amount of waste we generate.
Reflect this Lenten season
Mission and Identity welcomes Loyolans to join daily online Lenten reflections and communal reflection gatherings.
Nominate a deserving female student leader
The second annual Undergraduate Women’s Leadership Award nominations are now open.
Arch Madness
Cheer on the Ramblers in St. Louis next month.
Loyola Limited welcomes Sam Yagan
Tech mogul Sam Yagan, CEO of Match.com, is coming to the Lake Shore Campus Friday.
Archbishop Cupich on campus
Join IPS in welcoming Archbishop Cupich and other leaders for a panel on digital communications for the modern Church.
LUMA exhibitions
Explore Shaker art beginning Saturday.
Shaker exhibitions opening at LUMA
Explore the world of the Shakers at LUMA’s latest exhibitions opening Saturday, February 7.
New Licensee Code of Conduct
Become familiar with the University’s updated Licensee Code of Conduct.
Loyola Limited welcomes Sam Yagan
Tech mogul Sam Yagan, CEO of Match.com, is coming to the Lake Shore Campus this week.
First Friday concerts
Enjoy a free concert during your lunch hour.
Nominate an outstanding Loyolan
The Excellence Awards nomination deadline has been extended.
News from the Greeley Center
The School of Education has announced the creation of the Andrew M. Greeley Endowed Chair for Catholic Education.
Access your electronic W-2
Check out the Finance Department’s blog for electronic W-2 and Turbo Tax instructions.
Friends of the Libraries Speaker Series continues
Join author and associate professor John Donoghue for a discussion on piracy and the American dream.
Students honored
Health Sciences Campus presents Spirit of MLK Awards.
Arch Madness is coming
Cheer on the men’s basketball team as they compete in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament.
Loyola Safety Forum
Make plans to join the January 29 discussion.
January staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence January award winners.
Nominate an excellent Loyolan by January 26
Take time to recognize our impressive students, student organizations, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Save the date for the Loyola Safety Forum
The Forum will allow our community to connect with the Chicago Police Department (24th District) and Campus Safety.
Celebrate the arts
The Student Art Competition Exhibition opens Jan. 22.
DFPA celebrates student artwork
See the Annual Student Art Competition Exhibition, January 22 - February 14.
Book your Transamerica one-on-one
Transamerica representatives will be visiting Loyola January 27-29 to discuss retirement.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. January’s focus is utility failure.
Excellence Awards
Nominate a Rambler for the Excellence Awards today.
Safety and transportation updates
Read about the updates we’ve made to keep campus safe, and join us for a Campus Safety Forum on January 29.
Receive your W-2 online
A reminder that active employees may now elect to receive their 2014 W‐2 statement online.
Congratulate School of Law’s Dean Yellen
Dean Yellen climbs to No. 5 on <i>National Jurist</i>’s list of most influential law educators.
Annual MLK Jr. Celebration
Mark your calendars for this year’s event.
Nominate an excellent Loyolan
Take time to recognize our impressive students, student organizations, faculty, staff, and alumni.
New parking permit rates
A reminder that new faculty and staff parking permit rates start in January.
December staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence December award winners.
Ramblers win Las Vegas Classic
Men's basketball took home a tourney title last week.
Celebrate the arts
The Student Art Competition Exhibition opens Jan. 22.
Meet this month's staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence December award winners.
It’s not too late to enjoy Joyola!
Watch this video to relive the highlights of this year’s Joyola! performance.
Receive your W-2 online
Active employees may now elect to receive their 2014 W‐2 statement online.
DFPA celebrates student artwork
See the Annual Student Art Competition Exhibition, January 22 - February 14.
Book your Transamerica one-on-one
Transamerica representatives will be visiting Loyola January 27-29 to discuss retirement.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. January’s focus is utility failure.
Excellence Awards
Nominate a Rambler for the Excellence Awards today.
See the crèche exhibition
Visit the LUMA crèche exhibition before it closes on Jan. 4.
Celebrate the season with colleagues
Don’t forget to join us Friday at the University's redesigned Christmas Reception.
New parking permit rates
Beginning January 2015, new faculty and staff parking permit rates will be in place.
Receive your W-2 online
Active employees may now elect to receive their 2014 W‐2 statement online.
Safety and transportation updates
Read about the updates we’ve made to keep campus safe, and join us for a Campus Safety Forum on January 29.
Receive your W-2 online
A reminder that active employees may now elect to receive their 2014 W‐2 statement online.
Congratulate School of Law’s Dean Yellen
Dean Yellen climbs to No. 5 on <i>National Jurist</i>’s list of most influential law educators.
Annual MLK Jr. Celebration
Mark your calendars for this year’s event.
Nominate an excellent Loyolan
Take time to recognize our impressive students, student organizations, faculty, staff, and alumni.
New parking permit rates
A reminder that new faculty and staff parking permit rates start in January.
Loyola is 'all about that faith'
Watch this parody video featuring students, faculty, and staff.
Join us for the Christmas Reception
Friday is the University's redesigned Christmas Reception at the Damen Student Center.
Payroll year end updates
As the 2014 year end approaches, please keep these important payroll reminders in mind.
December staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence December award winners.
Ramblers win Las Vegas Classic
Men's basketball took home a tourney title last week.
Meet this month's staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence December award winners.
It’s not too late to enjoy Joyola!
Watch this video to relive the highlights of this year’s Joyola! performance.
Learn to cook at LUREC
The Retreat and Ecology Campus is hosting cooking courses covering an array of cuisines.
Receive your W-2 online
Active employees may now elect to receive their 2014 W‐2 statement online.
Hear the bells
Listen to the Madonna della Strada Chapel bells.
Celebrate the season with colleagues
This year's Christmas Reception comes with a new twist and new location.
Winter Wonderland Light Show
The annual holiday light show at Cuneo Mansion and Gardens is open now through January 3, 2015.
See the crèche exhibition
Visit the LUMA crèche exhibition before it closes on Jan. 4.
News from the Finance Department
New deposit slip and expense reimbursement forms are now available.
Support the Rauf family
Donate to support the family of student Mutahir Rauf.
Annual staff awards
Take a look at who was honored at this year’s ceremony.
Support the Rauf family
The Loyola community remembers student Mutahir Rauf, supports family.
Celebrate the season with colleagues
Don’t forget to join us Friday at the University's redesigned Christmas Reception.
New parking permit rates
Beginning January 2015, new faculty and staff parking permit rates will be in place.
Receive your W-2 online
Active employees may now elect to receive their 2014 W‐2 statement online.
Loyola is 'all about that faith'
Watch this parody video featuring students, faculty, and staff.
News from the Finance Department
New deposit slip and expense reimbursement forms are now available.
Join us for the Christmas Reception
Friday is the University's redesigned Christmas Reception at the Damen Student Center.
Celebrate the season
Save the date for the Christmas Reception on Dec. 19.
Lessons and Carols
Join the Loyola community for an annual Christmas tradition of readings and song from Loyola’s choirs.
Exceptional staff members honored
Congratulations to the staff members honored at the Yearly Recognition & Excellence Awards ceremony.
Payroll year end updates
As the 2014 year end approaches, please keep these important payroll reminders in mind.
Polar Palooza is coming
The inaugural two-day winter festival kicks off Saturday morning at Loyola Plaza.
Recommend a book for first-year students
Don’t forget to submit your recommendation for the 2015-2016 First-Year Text by Dec. 12.
Winter Wonderland Light Show
Cuneo Mansion and Gardens' annual show is now open.
Annual staff awards
Take a look at who was honored at this year’s ceremony.
Learn to cook at LUREC
The Retreat and Ecology Campus is hosting cooking courses covering an array of cuisines.
Hear the bells
Listen to the Madonna della Strada Chapel bells.
Celebrate the season with colleagues
This year's Christmas Reception comes with a new twist and new location.
Winter Wonderland Light Show
The annual holiday light show at Cuneo Mansion and Gardens is open now through January 3, 2015.
News from the Finance Department
New deposit slip and expense reimbursement forms are now available.
Support the Rauf family
Donate to support the family of student Mutahir Rauf.
Annual staff awards
Take a look at who was honored at this year’s ceremony.
Joyola!
Join the Loyola community Thursday, December 4 for a night of holiday performances.
Join us for men's basketball Faculty/Staff Night
Claim two free tickets to Wednesday’s game against Tulane with promo code "LUCFS.”
Stritch Annual Awards Dinner
School of Medicine celebrates service and scholarship.
Watch Father Sobrino’s address
A video of the address by Jon Sobrino, S.J., is now available.
Support the Rauf family
The Loyola community remembers student Mutahir Rauf, supports family.
President's Medallion winners named
Meet the 11 students who have been honored with the President’s Medallion this academic year.
Recommend a book for first-year students
Submit your recommendation for the 2015-2016 First-Year Text by Friday, December 12.
Giving Tuesday is coming
Learn how you can give the gift of education to deserving students this holiday season.
Father Sobrino’s message
Read about last week’s address by Jon Sobrino, S.J.
News from the Finance Department
New deposit slip and expense reimbursement forms are now available.
Celebrate the season
Save the date for the Christmas Reception on Dec. 19.
Lessons and Carols
Join the Loyola community for an annual Christmas tradition of readings and song from Loyola’s choirs.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
Mark your calendars for this year’s annual event featuring journalist, culture critic, and TV host Touré.
Exceptional staff members honored
Congratulations to the staff members honored at the Yearly Recognition & Excellence Awards ceremony.
Nominate an excellent Loyolan
Take time to recognize our impressive students, student organizations, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Learn to cook at LUREC
The Retreat and Ecology Campus is hosting cooking courses covering an array of cuisines.
Living our mission
We recently received two national honors for our commitment to social justice.
Polar Palooza is coming
The inaugural two-day winter festival kicks off Saturday morning at Loyola Plaza.
Recommend a book for first-year students
Don’t forget to submit your recommendation for the 2015-2016 First-Year Text by Dec. 12.
Winter Wonderland Light Show
Cuneo Mansion and Gardens' annual show is now open.
Annual staff awards
Take a look at who was honored at this year’s ceremony.
Joyola!
Join the Loyola community Thursday, December 4 for a night of holiday performances.
Sign-up for EMERGE
Don't miss the opportunity to brush up on your professional development skills at an upcoming training session.
Join us for men's basketball Faculty/Staff Night
Claim two free tickets to Wednesday’s game against Tulane with promo code "LUCFS.”
Faculty member takes top honor
Meet Anita Weinberg, recipient of the inaugural Ignatius Loyola Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Stritch Annual Awards Dinner
School of Medicine celebrates service and scholarship.
Show your Rambler pride
Cheer on the men’s basketball team as they take on #15 Wichita State this Sunday at 4 p.m. Watch on ESPNU.
RACE: Are We So Different?
Visit the exhibition before it closes later this month.
Watch Father Sobrino’s address
A video of the address by Jon Sobrino, S.J., is now available.
Faculty member takes top honor
Meet Anita Weinberg, recipient of the inaugural Ignatius Loyola Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. January’s focus is utility failure.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
Save the date for this year's Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration featuring guest speaker Touré.
See the NCAA champs
The Ramblers men’s volleyball season kicks off this month.
President's Medallion winners named
Meet the 11 students who have been honored with the President’s Medallion this academic year.
Meet this month's staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence November award winners.
Open enrollment has been extended
Don’t forget to enroll or change your benefit options for next year. The deadline is Friday, November 21.
Donate stuffed animals for Loyola Gives
Join Payroll Services in donating new stuffed animals this holiday season. Drop-off locations are available at all campuses.
Giving Tuesday is December 2
Learn how you can give the gift of education to students.
Recommend a book for first-year students
Submit your recommendation for the 2015-2016 First-Year Text by Friday, December 12.
Giving Tuesday is coming
Learn how you can give the gift of education to deserving students this holiday season.
Father Sobrino’s message
Read about last week’s address by Jon Sobrino, S.J.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
Mark your calendars for this year’s annual event featuring journalist, culture critic, and TV host Touré.
Jon Sobrino, S.J., visits this week
Father Sobrino will join us Thursday to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Salvadoran martyrdom.
News from the Information Security Office
Check out this month’s information security newsletter, which includes an overview of the antivirus policy.
Nominate an excellent Loyolan
Take time to recognize our impressive students, student organizations, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Learn to cook at LUREC
The Retreat and Ecology Campus is hosting cooking courses covering an array of cuisines.
Living our mission
We recently received two national honors for our commitment to social justice.
Sign-up for EMERGE
Don't miss the opportunity to brush up on your professional development skills at an upcoming training session.
Faculty member takes top honor
Meet Anita Weinberg, recipient of the inaugural Ignatius Loyola Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Show your Rambler pride
Cheer on the men’s basketball team as they take on #15 Wichita State this Sunday at 4 p.m. Watch on ESPNU.
RACE: Are We So Different?
Visit the exhibition before it closes later this month.
Faculty member takes top honor
Meet Anita Weinberg, recipient of the inaugural Ignatius Loyola Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. January’s focus is utility failure.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
Save the date for this year's Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration featuring guest speaker Touré.
See the NCAA champs
The Ramblers men’s volleyball season kicks off this month.
Meet this month's staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence November award winners.
Open enrollment has been extended
Don’t forget to enroll or change your benefit options for next year. The deadline is Friday, November 21.
Donate stuffed animals for Loyola Gives
Join Payroll Services in donating new stuffed animals this holiday season. Drop-off locations are available at all campuses.
Giving Tuesday is December 2
Learn how you can give the gift of education to students.
Jon Sobrino, S.J., visits this week
Father Sobrino will join us Thursday to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Salvadoran martyrdom.
News from the Information Security Office
Check out this month’s information security newsletter, which includes an overview of the antivirus policy.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. December’s focus is winter storms.
Book your seat on the LL Express
Loyola Limited’s airport shuttle service is now taking reservations for the holiday season.
Ignatian Heritage Month photos
This year's photo contest winners have been named.
Basketball season is officially here
Grab tickets for Friday’s home openers and mark your calendars for Faculty and Staff Night, December 3.
Loyola Limited opens Ireland’s
Ireland’s, the University’s first pub, debuts in the Damen Student Center with a grand opening Friday.
Open enrollment now open
Don’t forget to elect your benefit options for the coming year.
Shuttle pick-up location
The Lake Shore Campus pick-up location has moved.
Get into the holiday spirit at LUMA
The annual <i>Art and Faith of the Crèche</i> exhibition is now open! Admission is always free to students, faculty, and staff.
Tired of your old headshot?
This month’s drop-in headshot sessions will take place November 14 in Lewis Towers at the Water Tower Campus.
EMERGE training sessions
Brush up on your professional development skills at an upcoming training session.
Take time to reflect
Register now for January’s Inner-Mission Employee Retreat.
Register now for EMERGE
Check out upcoming Winter training sessions for personal and professional development.
Join Staff Council at Live After 5
Mix, mingle, and paint with fellow staff members at an upcoming event this fall.
Save with Rambler Bucks
Use Rambler Bucks at local restaurants through November for a five percent discount.
Celebrate St. Ignatius
Attend Ignatian Heritage Month events across campuses.
A celebration of St. Ignatius
Learn about Ignatian Heritage Month events, lectures, and ways to get involved throughout November.
The Child Migrant: Children Crossing Borders
The Center for the Human Rights of Children and the Gannon Center are hosting an important day-long symposium.
Annual photo contest
Submit a photo to the Ignatian Heritage Month photo contest this week, and you could win.
Hunger Week
Join the Loyola community in the fight against hunger.
Institute of Pastoral Studies turns 50
See what has taken shape the last fifty years and what to anticipate in the future.
Open enrollment 2015
The open enrollment period begins Monday. Be sure to make changes or enroll for benefits by November 18.
Welcome the Torah scrolls
Two scrolls were donated to the University Archives Thursday evening during a presentation and reception.
Health Days
Register now to get your biometric screening and flu shot.
Mark your calendar for Health Days
Health Days Benefit Fairs are coming. Flu shots, biometric screenings, and vendor activities will be available.
Social media policy
Read the University’s Social Media Policy for Loyola-sponsored accounts and personal use.
Meet this month's staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence October award winners.
Come and “meet the bells”
Learn about the new Madonna della Strada Chapel bells at an upcoming Campus Ministry presentation.
Nominate a deserving staff member
The annual Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards nominations will be accepted until October 24.
Join us for Midnight Madness
Celebrate the start of an exciting basketball season with the Loyola community at Midnight Madness next week.
Salvadoran martyrs address
Registration is now open for the address by Jon Sobrino, S.J.
Retirement plan town hall meetings
Attend an upcoming town hall meeting to learn about the Defined Contribution Retirement Plan changes.
FACHEX Program
Learn about your dependent's tuition benefits at Jesuit colleges and universities.
Gartner technology resources
The Loyola community has access to Gartner, a leading information technology research and advisory company.
Annual tip-off luncheon
Celebrate a new basketball season with athletics next week.
Recognition and Excellence Awards
The annual Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards nominations will be accepted until October 24.
RACE: Are We So Different?
Explore our differences and common identities at the upcoming RACE exhibition and lecture series.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month
Join the Information Security Office for events on campus.
Energy Week
Check out the upcoming green events and lectures.
Salvadoran Martyrs Events
Loyola will host Jon Sobrino, S.J., for events commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Salvadoran martyrs.
Your duty to report
Help Loyola maintain a campus culture where gender-based violence of any kind is not tolerated.
Retirement plan changes
Learn more about Transamerica Retirement Solutions, Loyola’s new, single record-keeper for retirement plans.
Chapel bell campaign
Bells are coming to Madonna della Strada Chapel.
State of the University recap
Take a look at highlights from Father Garanzini's recent State of the University address.
September's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence September award winners have been chosen.
Family Weekend photos
Current students and their families celebrated Family Weekend with a number of activities and events on and off campus.
'Indiana Jones of mathematics’
Kenneth Golden, PhD, connects math and climate change.
September's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence September award winners have been chosen. Take a look at their profiles.
Family Weekend is here
Students, parents, faculty, and staff will gather for an exciting three-day event celebrating our shared Loyola family.
Graduate students preserve local history
Students recently nominated Chrysler Village to the National Register of Historic Places.
Loyola: One to One
Snapping photos helps build community on campus.
Welcome Week 2014
The start of Welcome Week is just around the corner. Check out the schedule today to see how you can get involved.
Men’s basketball season tickets
Check out the faculty and staff rates for this season's ticket packages—available now.
Faculty Member of the Year
Professor Nenad Jukić was honored at this year's Faculty Convocation.
News from the Information Security Office
Read the latest information security awareness newsletter.
RACE: Are We So Different?
Upcoming exhibit examines race from various perspectives.
2014 Faculty Member of the Year
Professor Nenad Jukić was honored at this year's Faculty Convocation.
Shakespeare and the Law
Save the date for the 26th Annual Law & Literature Lecture Series featuring the Writers Theatre.
ITS security policy
Review the Information Security Policy, which covers all computing, networking, telephony, and information resources.
*mark
A one-man portrayal of the Gospel According to St. Mark.
State of the University
The Loyola community is invited to attend Father Garanzini’s State of the University address.
CURL Friday Morning Seminars
Join the Center for Urban Research and Learning for weekly seminars to discuss community-based initiatives and research.
Legion of Young Polish Women exhibit
Check out the Women and Leadership Archives's new digital exhibit, <i>Legion of Young Polish Women</i>.
Stuart Dybek at Loyola
Writer and alumnus Stuart Dybek visits campus.
Kenmore Plaza naming contest
We need your help naming the new plaza in the 6300 block of North Kenmore Avenue.
FAQs about Ebola
The CDC released guidance for universities on the Ebola outbreaks in Africa. Read the Wellness Center's FAQ.
New gift card purchase policy
Check out the new policy for purchasing gift cards with University funds.
Jan Karski Conference
Polish studies program honors World War II fighter.
The start of fall semester
Hear Professor Bucholz give a stirring introduction to his class—plus see images from the first week of school.
Hank Center call for applications
The Hank Center is now accepting applications for course development and faculty research funding.
Jan Karski Conference
Polish studies program honors World War II fighter.
Spiritual Exercises Retreat
Apply today to be a part of Mission & Identity's Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life Retreat.
School of Social Work celebrates 100
Join the School of Social Work as it celebrates 100 years of educating the leaders of social work.
Spiritual Exercises Retreat
Apply today to be a part of Mission & Identity's Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life Retreat.
Swimming lessons at Halas
Group and private swimming lessons for all ages are now available at Halas Pool.
Sister Jean's birthday recap
Check out Sister Jean's 95th birthday bash.
Relive Convocation
Incoming students have arrived! Check out the recap from New Student Convocation.
School of Social Work celebrates 100
Join the School of Social Work for live music, craft beer, and tours of the new Social Work Clinic.
Swimming lessons at Halas
Group and private swimming lessons for all ages are now available at Halas Pool.
Miles to Empty
New exhibit from artist Shannon Goff.
Kenmore Plaza grand opening
Celebrate the opening of Kenmore Plaza with a ribbon-cutting, food, and live music on Friday.
Stay connected with Eduroam
Traveling? Eduroam allows faculty and staff to access wireless networks at affiliated institutions.
New motor vehicle policy
Check out the new Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) and Vehicle Use Policy.
Convocation Video
See highlights from this year’s New Student Convocation.
WTC Fall Block Party
Join us today!
Welcome Week 2014
Welcome Week has arrived! The Loyola community is encouraged to attend events to kick-off the year.
New motor vehicle policy
Check out the new Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) and Vehicle Use Policy.
A "Cool School"
<i>Sierra</i> magazine released its annual ranking of America's greenest colleges. Loyola checks in at #4.
WTC Fall Block Party
Annual block party, Aug. 28.
Welcome Week 2014
The start of Welcome Week is just around the corner. Check out the schedule today to see how you can get involved.
Tired of your old headshot?
Faculty and staff at the Lake Shore Campus can stop by the drop-in photo session on August 19.
It really is cooler by the lake
Check out a year’s worth of Lake Michigan photos taken by you—the Loyola community.
Happy Birthday, Sister Jean!
Loyola's own Sr. Jean turns 95.
Join us for the Kenmore ribbon-cutting
The Loyola community is invited to the Kenmore Avenue ribbon-cutting on Aug. 29.
New intercampus shuttle tracker
Campus Transportation rolls out newer buses and a shuttle tracker.
Digital Ethics
Hear Anita Sarkeesian speak at the digital ethics symposium.
Maroon & Gold Lecture Series
Join the Maroon & Gold Society in welcoming Ben Jealous, the youngest person ever to lead the NAACP, on October 22.
Salvadoran martyrs address
Get your tickets before registration opens to the public Friday.
Engage with our Ignatian heritage
The Ignatian Heritage Month book club meetings pick up next week with <i>Tattoos on the Heart</i> by Greg Boyle, S.J.
News from the Information Security Office
Check out tips for password and browser security from the Information Security Office's October newsletter.
RACE Exhibition Lecture Series
The series begins October 22 with “RACE in Biocultural Perspective: Why Biology, Not Genetics, Matters.”
Explore our history
The University Archives & Special Collections celebrates Archives Month with open houses.
Junior Rambler dance clinic
Sign your child up for a clinic to learn routines from the Dance Team and meet LU Wolf.
Open Access Week
The University Libraries are hosting events around Open Access Week, which commences October 20.
October’s staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence October award winners have been chosen. Check out their profiles.
Give back during the holidays
Friday is the last day to sign up for Loyola Gives.
University Senate events
Say hello to the faculty, staff, and students who make up the University Senate at an upcoming event.
Nominate a deserving staff member
The annual Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards nominations close this Friday.
News from Campus Transportation
The parking structures at Lake Shore Campus are getting an upgrade. Learn what this means for parking.
The Pope Francis effect
Symposium on March 27
Do you manage a student employee?
Staff and faculty who have student workers should mark their calendars and make note of some upcoming important dates.
Academic Affairs names new assistant provost
Dale Tampke, PhD, has joined the Academic Affairs leadership team as Assistant Provost for Student Academic Support Services.
Pizza with the President
Join us for lunch and a Q&A this week.
August's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence August award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
New shuttle tracker
Register now for the intercampus shuttle tracker.
August's staff stars
The Commitment to Excellence August award winners have been chosen. Read on to check out their profiles.
June Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence June award winners.
Fiscal year deadlines
The 2016 fiscal year ends this month. Check out Finance’s list of approaching deadlines.
Interfaith vigil on Wednesday
All are welcome to attend a vigil in the Damen Student Center Cinema honoring the lives lost in the Orlando tragedy.
Town-gown conference
Learn about this recent conference at the Lake Shore Campus.
2016 Founders' Dinner in review
Meet the alumni who are making the world a better place and view event photos.
News from the Information Security Office
Read this month’s information security newsletter and learn about the Loyola Data Classification Policy.
June Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence June award winners.
Summer at LUMA
Don't miss the exhibitions currently on display.
Founders’ Dinner
Learn more about this year's awardees.
Read Loyola online
Visit the new <em>Loyola</em> magazine website for feature stories, videos, access to past issues, and more.
Join the Summer Book League
Registration is open for the annual faculty and staff reading contest sponsored by the Loyola Libraries. Sign up today.
Loyola Secure Transfer
Transfer and receive files that are too large to send via e-mail, or contain sensitive information, via our new file-sharing service.
Culinary Classes and Events
See the summer schedule at the Retreat & Ecology Campus.
Welcoming alums home
Take a look at photos from last weekend’s reunions, activities, and celebrations.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with how to respond in an active shooter situation and the role of Campus Safety and law enforcement.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Register for August’s conference focused on “Faculty as Learners: A Lens for Building Teaching and Learning Strategies."
Shop local
The sixth season of the Farmers Market begins today at the Loyola Plaza.
Track your steps
The annual Walking Challenge is underway. Log your steps individually or as a team to compete.
Fiscal year deadlines
The 2016 fiscal year ends this month. Check out Finance’s list of approaching deadlines.
Alumni Weekend is here
It’s not too late to join this weekend’s festivities.
Alumni Weekend starts Friday
Join the Loyola community this weekend for exciting events at the lakeside campuses.
Founders’ Dinner 2016
Discounted tickets are still available for faculty and staff. Also, learn more about this year’s awardees.
Words of Wisdom
See highlights from the 2016 Commencement speeches, including Sister Jean’s special message.
Bike Commuter Challenge
Join Loyola’s team for the 25th annual challenge.
Spring at LUMA
Don’t miss the current exhibitions now on display.
Founders’ Dinner 2016
Limited discounted tickets are available for Loyola faculty and staff.
Commencement 2016
View hundreds of photos from the ceremonies.
2016 Farmers Market season
Local vendors return to Loyola Plaza Monday.
Fulbright, NSF award winners
Students and alumni receive major awards.
Honorary degree recipients
Sister Jean will be honored with three others this week.
Commencement 2016
View photos from last week’s ceremonies and festivities.
Commencement weekend
Celebrate our School of Law and Stritch School of Medicine graduates Saturday at the Lake Shore Campus.
Loyola Secure Transfer
Send and receive files that are too large to send via e-mail or contain sensitive information via our new file sharing service.
Summer reading
Register for this summer’s Mission Book Club and read <em>The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything</em>.
Founders’ Dinner 2016
Join us for the annual event on June 18. A limited number of discounted tickets are still available for faculty and staff.
Martyrs Award
Nominations of a worthy faith-based organization or individual are due for consideration by Friday.
News from the Information Security Office
Read this month’s information security newsletter and learn about cloud computing.
Congratulations, Class of 2016
Take a look at photos from this week’s Commencement ceremonies and festivities.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Submit a proposal to participate in this biannual conference focusing on “Faculty as Learners.”
Recognize a colleague
If you know an outstanding staff member, nominate them for a monthly Commitment to Excellence Award.
Commencement Week is here
Take a look at graduate profiles, keynote speakers, and ceremony schedules.
Martyrs Award
Nominate a worthy faith-based organization or individual whose scholarship or work aligns with Loyola’s mission.
Health-EQ Conference
Read about the recent conference, a Plan 2020 initiative, which set the priorities for the University’s health disparities initiatives.
April staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence April award winners.
Loyola Responds
Please join the Loyola community in supporting those affected by the recent earthquake in Ecuador.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Emergency Response Plan regarding explosions near campus.
Loyola magazine
Flip through the pages of the Spring 2016 issue.
Class of 2016
Celebrate graduating students at Commencement ceremonies and events beginning next week.
Summer reading
Register for this summer’s Mission Book Club and read <em>The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything</em>.
Recognize a colleague
If you know a stand-out staff member, nominate them for a monthly Commitment to Excellence Award.
Martyrs’ Award
Nominate a worthy faith-based organization or individual by Friday, May 20.
Loyola celebrates the CTRE opening
Read about last week’s grand opening of the biggest and most complex building in University history.
Summer Scholars Program
High school students can get ahead academically by taking summer courses and interacting with our expert faculty.
News from University Staff Council
Don’t forget to nominate full-time, dedicated staff members to serve on the University Staff Council by Thursday.
Spring Block Party
Celebrate the last week of classes with free food and music.
Rambler success stories
Take a look at where members of the Class of 2016 are headed with their Loyola degrees.
Lawson upgrade
Users will not be able to access Lawson this weekend while the system is upgraded to a new version.
Diversity and inclusion progress
Read an update on the University's progress in several key areas related to diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Retreat and reflect
Sign up for a retreat hosted by Mission & Identity.
Weekend of Excellence 2016
Mark your calendars to celebrate student achievements and research April 14-17.
Lake Shore Community Partners
Join us Friday afternoon for a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating this Plan 2020 initiative.
Support LGBTQIA+ students
Register for Q-Summit, a conference focused on topics to facilitate learning, personal development, and community building.
Hank Center event
Father Galli speaks on campus this week.
Why Loyola?
Visit the University homepage to see why prospective undergraduates are choosing Loyola as their next home.
Black Lives Matter Conference
See photos and read a recap of last Saturday’s conference, which included a keynote address by activist Precious Davis.
The Business of Social Justice
Join us on April 21 to discuss Pope Francis’s economic disparity teachings and how business leaders can address the topic.
News from Athletics
Coach Sheryl Swoopes elected to basketball Hall of Fame.
Weekend of Excellence is here
Take a look at the event schedule and help celebrate our students’ achievements.
News from Athletics
Eight programs have received the NCAA's Public Recognition Awards based on academic excellence.
Addressing social health disparities
Learn about the new Loyola Community and Family Services clinic, an integral part of Plan 2020.
Commencement volunteers
Be an important part of this year’s ceremonies.
Explore the CTRE
The Center for Translational Research and Education is a vibrant new addition to our Health Sciences Campus.
#MAPMatters campaign
Join members of the Loyola community and education supporters from across Illinois for a rally in Springfield on Wednesday.
Ruth K. Palmer Symposium
Registration is open for the School of Nursing’s annual health care symposium taking place April 23.
Earth Week
Celebrate Loyola’s sustainability efforts this week.
Celebrate student achievements
Meet Edet Nsemo and other students whose commitment to academic excellence will be recognized this weekend.
News from Campus Transportation
Drivers can now buy discounted parking online for garages near the Water Tower Campus.
Safeguard your information
Check out this month’s Information Security Office newsletter and learn how to protect your accounts from hackers.
Honoring the arts
Join us for the annual McElroy Shakespeare Celebration.
CTRE Open House
Tour the new Health Sciences Campus building tomorrow.
Health-EQ Conference
Join us for this ‘think tank’ discussion, a Plan 2020 initiative, to set the priorities for health disparities initiatives at Loyola.
Take time to reflect
Participate in an upcoming employee retreat hosted by Mission & Identity at the Retreat and Ecology Campus.
Weekend of Excellence
See photos from this year’s celebration, which featured research symposia, receptions, and award ceremonies.
May Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence May award winners.
Get a new headshot
University Marketing and Communication is hosting walk-in photo sessions this Friday.
Reconnect with fellow Ramblers
Join the Loyola community for Alumni Weekend at the Water Tower and Lake Shore campuses June 10-12.
Jo Ann Rooney named new president
Lifelong educator and accomplished leader is first lay president in University’s 146-year history.
A new day, a new president
How did Loyola greet Jo Ann Rooney, its first lay leader? With open arms—and plenty of smiles.
Support first-year students
Rambler Connection is designed to aid students in their transition to college life.
May staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence May award winners.
Loyola to name new president
The campus community is encouraged to attend today's announcement in Mundelein Auditorium.
Summer Scholars program
High school students can get ahead academically by taking summer courses and interacting with our expert faculty.
Recognize a colleague
If you know an exceptional staff member, nominate them for a monthly Commitment to Excellence Award.
Black Lives Matter conference
Learn more about this daylong conference on April 2 that is being coordinated by Loyola graduate students.
Clinic meet and greet
Come out and tour the new Loyola Community and Family Services clinic on Tuesday.
Wolf + Kettle Day
Celebrate the generosity of our donors on Thursday.
Lead poisoning forum
Join government officials, advocates, researchers, and physicians to discuss lead in Chicago and Cook County.
“Singing So Proud”
Celebrate the centennial of Carl Sandburg's <em>Chicago Poems</em> at the University Libraries Gala.
Meet Joe Saucedo
Q&A with the Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs director.
Match madness
Relive the excitement of Match Day at the Stritch School of Medicine.
March staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence March award winners.
Meet Winifred Williams, PhD
Learn about the chief diversity and inclusion officer role.
Pizza with the President
Join University Staff Council for lunch and Q&A with Interim President Pelissero on March 22, 24, and April 4.
Undergraduate Women's Leadership Award
Join the Gannon Center in honoring students who are fostering a more just world through leadership, research, and service.
Climate Change Conference
Register now for this week’s conference, which features a keynote address from author and activist Naomi Klein.
Holy Week schedule
Join the Loyola community for Holy Week and Easter liturgies at Madonna della Strada Chapel.
Water Week
Learn more about how you can aid in the preservation of one of our most valuable resources.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Emergency Response Plan. March’s focus is tornadoes.
Marching toward spring
Enjoy photos from campus and around the city.
Holy Week is here
The Loyola community will gather on campus to reflect and celebrate at services throughout the week.
Faculty Council nominations
Faculty members are asked to submit nominations for this year’s council elections by Wednesday, March 23.
Presidential Search update
Learn more about the University's presidential search and next steps in the process.
Pizza with the President
Join the interim president for lunch and Q&A this week.
News from the Wellness Center
An outbreak of Zika virus is occurring in certain parts of the world. Learn more about the virus and its symptoms.
Welcome fellow Ramblers home
Save the date for the annual Alumni Weekend in June. Discounted registration is now open.
Safe Space Workshops
Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs is offering training on how to support our LGBTQIA community.
Friends of the Libraries event
Explore the life and adventures of Ernest Hemingway.
Climate Change Conference
Register for the third annual conference, taking place March 17-19 at the Lake Shore Campus.
News from Accounts Payable
Changes to the expense reimbursement process will take effect next month.
Protect your personal information
Check out this month’s information security newsletter, which includes tips on passwords.
Alternative Break Immersions
Students are spending breaks across the globe.
John M. Wozniak Lecture Series
Join the School of Education for their annual lecture series, featuring Lauren Heidbrink, PhD.
NLRB mail ballot election details
Ballots will be mailed on Friday to faculty and team members within the English Language Learning Program.
Ramblers sports camps
Campers of all ages and skill levels have the opportunity to learn from Loyola coaches and athletes this summer.
University Libraries Gala
Celebrate the centennial of Carl Sandburg's poems.
Transportation schedule update
Due to the holiday, the intercampus shuttle will not run from Thursday evening to Monday afternoon.
Q&A with Jill Geisler
Meet the host of a new leadership podcast.
February staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence February award winners.
News from the Information Security Office
Check out this month’s information security newsletter and learn how to properly secure and protect your mobile device.
March to the Arch
Arch Madness tips off this week. The #8 seed Ramblers open the tournament Thursday night against Bradley.
Arch Madness approaches
Cheer on the men’s basketball team as they compete in the annual Missouri Valley Conference tournament.
Schedule of liturgies
View the full list of Holy Week services on campus.
Lake Shore Community Partners
Learn about Loyola’s efforts to strengthen relationships in the Rogers Park and Edgewater communities.
An Easter message
Interim President Pelissero invites Loyolans to gather on campus for Holy Week and Easter liturgies.
News from Campus Transportation
Read about shuttle and 8-RIDE schedule changes for Labor Day weekend.
The 2015 Catholicism and the Arts Lecture
Renowned iconographer Father Bill McNichols will lecture and present an icon to the Hank Center next week.
Faculty Convocation
Look ahead to another year of academic excellence.
Loyola breaks into the Top 100 list
The University is No. 99 in the latest <i>U.S. News & World Report</i> college rankings.
Share what “Jesuit educated” means to you
The Loyola community is invited to submit reflections on the value of a Jesuit education.
Update from ITS: e-mail outage
As of 4:30 p.m. (Friday), faculty and staff e-mail is being restored. We believe most mailboxes will be operational this evening.
State of the University addresses
Save the date for Interim President Dr. John Pelissero's addresses later this month.
E-mail status update from ITS
All faculty and staff email boxes are back online and sending and receiving messages.
Sign up for the SEEL Retreat
Reflect and grow at this year’s Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life Retreat. Applications are due soon.
Celebrate 10 years with LUMA
<i>LUMA at 10: Greatest Hits</i> is open through October 11. Admission is always free for faculty and staff.
Sign up for the SEEL Retreat
Reflect and grow at this year’s Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life Retreat. Applications are due September 21.
Get a new headshot
University Marketing and Communication is hosting walk-in photo sessions this Friday.
Summer on the Plaza
Check out the events happening on the Loyola Plaza.
Mentor first-year students
First-Year Experience is looking for faculty and staff to participate in a new mentoring program.
Get a new headshot
University Marketing and Communication is hosting walk-in photo sessions this Friday.
Alumni House
Alumni Relations has a new home at the Lake Shore Campus.
Sign up for EMERGE
Increase your knowledge and strengthen your skills at one of the EMERGE summer sessions.
News from the Office of the Dean of Students
Students are now required to provide important medical and contact information in LOCUS.
Connect with first-year students
First-Year Experience is looking for faculty and staff to participate in a new mentoring program.
Gartner technology resources
The Loyola community has access to Gartner, a leading information technology research and advisory company.
July 2015 staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence July award winners.
News from Office of Research Services
Faculty at the Lake Shore and Water Tower campuses received more than $19 million in grants in FY15.
Celebrate the Feast of St. Ignatius
Join colleagues for the annual Feast of St. Ignatius Mass and picnic this Friday.
The Pope’s Encyclical
IES wants to hear from the Loyola community.
Celebrate the Feast of St. Ignatius
Join colleagues for the annual Feast of St. Ignatius Mass and picnic tomorrow.
Visit LUMA’s summer exhibitions
Check out the summer exhibitions, including a collaboration with the School of Social Work, before they close.
News from Facilities
Learn about the current construction projects at the Lake Shore and Water Tower campuses.
Service Day in review
Take a look at photos from Ignatian Service Day.
Shop and support local
Stop by the Loyola Farmers Market Mondays from 3-7 p.m. at the Loyola Plaza.
Feast of St. Ignatius Mass and picnic
Faculty, staff, and retirees are invited to save the date for our annual celebration.
Sign up for EMERGE
Increase your knowledge and strengthen your skills at one of the EMERGE summer sessions.
Donations needed
Participate in the food and school supply drive.
Faculty technology training
Get up to speed with new instructional technology at an upcoming training session.
July 2015 staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence July award winners.
News from Office of Research Services
Faculty at the Lake Shore and Water Tower campuses received more than $19 million in grants in FY15.
Ignatian Service Day
Learn how colleagues are serving the community.
Register for Ignatian Service Day
There’s still time for you to sign up to join colleagues and volunteer in our community this month.
Recognizing all-star staff members
Nominate a deserving staff member for University Staff Council’s monthly Commitment to Excellence Award.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Register for the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy’s August conference.
Summer at LUMA
Don’t miss the current exhibitions running through August 2.
Give back to the community
Mission and Identity is hosting an on-campus donation drive to help those in need.
Exercise on campus
Faculty and staff have free, unlimited access to Halas Recreation Center throughout July.
Spend the day with Loyola Athletics
Athletics hosts its 30th annual golf outing next month at Harborside International Golf Center.
Arrupe welcomes students
Take a look at photos of students enjoying LUREC.
First-Year Text: Acts of Faith
Learn more about the book incoming students will read before stepping onto campus this fall.
Fiscal year deadlines
The 2015 fiscal year ends this month. Check out Finance’s list of approaching deadlines.
Responding to the Pope’s encyclical
The Loyola community is invited to submit reflections on Pope Francis's call for environmental action.
Loyola Farmers Market
Stop by Loyola Plaza on Mondays for local goods.
Feast of St. Ignatius Mass and picnic
Faculty, staff, and retirees are invited to save the date for our annual celebration.
Bike around Chicago
Loyola employees are eligible for discounted DIVVY memberships through Human Resources.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Register for the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy’s August conference.
Ignatian Service Day
Volunteer at one of this year’s service sites.
New Health Sciences Division provost
Alumna Margaret Faut Callahan will begin her tenure on September 1.
Sign up for EMERGE
Increase your knowledge and strengthen your skills at one of the EMERGE summer sessions.
Feast of St. Ignatius Mass and picnic
Faculty, staff, and retirees are invited to save the date for our annual celebration.
Exercise free of charge
Faculty and staff have full access to Halas throughout July.
Sign up for EMERGE
Increase your knowledge and strengthen your skills at one of the EMERGE summer sessions.
Exercise on campus
Faculty and staff have free, unlimited access to Halas Recreation Center throughout July.
Feast of St. Ignatius Mass and picnic
Faculty, staff, and retirees are invited to save the date for our annual celebration.
Health Sciences Division news
Alumna Margaret Faut Callahan named provost.
Ignatian Service Day drive
The University is hosting an on-campus food and school supply drive through Tuesday, July 21.
Stop by Summer on the Plaza
Take a look at the activities and events scheduled at the Loyola Plaza this month.
Password Self-Service now available
You can now manage your own network password settings quickly and independently.
Moving Loyola Forward
Hear from Interim President John Pelissero, PhD.
June staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence June award winners.
Responding to the Pope’s encyclical
The Loyola community is invited to submit reflections on Pope Francis's call for environmental action.
Ignatian Service Day
Join your colleagues and volunteer at one of this year’s service sites next month. Registration is now open.
June Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence June award winners.
Get on the links
Athletics hosts its 30th annual golf outing.
Ignatian Service Day
Volunteer at one of this year’s service sites.
2015 Founders’ Dinner video
Watch awardees talk about how Loyola’s mission shaped their diverse career paths.
Sign up for EMERGE
Increase your knowledge and strengthen your skills at one of the EMERGE summer sessions.
Summer on the Plaza is here
Take a look at the activities and events scheduled at the Loyola Plaza this month.
News from the Information Security Office
Check out this month’s information security newsletter, which includes security tips for cell phones.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy invites you to register for their August conference.
A suite space for Loyola
Students and faculty now have a home at 1871.
Track your steps
Don’t forget to log your steps individually or as a team to compete in the annual Walking Challenge.
Password Self-Service now available
You can now manage your own network password settings quickly and independently.
News from Staff Council
University Staff Council election results are in. Meet the new representatives.
Summer at LUMA
See the museum’s latest exhibitions on display.
December Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence December award winners.
Planned LOCUS upgrade
LOCUS will be temporarily unavailable from December 30 through January 2.
Research your options
The University has received the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) ruling.
A season of magis
At Loyola, we’re surrounded by magis, the Jesuit belief of doing, being, and achieving more.
News from ITS
Proofpoint, the University’s new anti-spam system, was launched over the weekend.
Reflect on your purpose
There is still time to register for January’s Inner-Mission Employee Retreat.
Christmas on campus
Celebrate Midnight Mass at Madonna della Strada.
New parking permit rates
Beginning January 2016, new faculty and staff parking permit rates will be in place.
Understand your options
Learn about the SEIU faculty union petition and NLRB hearing details.
Password Self-Service now available
You can now manage your own network password settings quickly and independently.
Christmas Reception
Friday is the University’s Christmas Reception.
LUMA’s holiday tradition
Visit the crèche exhibition before it closes next month.
Understand your options
Learn about the SEIU faculty union petition and NLRB hearing details.
Celebrating Stritch
The 65th Stritch Annual Awards Dinner raised more than $900,000 for student scholarships.
A Christmas Message
Interim President John Pelissero shares Christmas wishes and a reminder about Friday’s University Christmas Reception.
Recognizing our staff
Meet the University's 2015 Staff Recognition and Excellence Award winners.
Celebrate the season
Save the date for the Christmas Reception on Dec. 18.
News from University Libraries
Faculty, staff, and students can now use Explore Chicago Collections to peruse University archives.
Join us for the Christmas Reception
Celebrate the season with your colleagues on December 18 under the Damen Student Center Christmas tree.
Take time to reflect
Register now for the next Inner-Mission Employee Retreat, which is scheduled for January 7-8, 2016.
Community message
Embracing our challenges.
Understand your options
Learn about the SEIU faculty union petition, NLRB hearing details, and a December 14 public forum.
November 2015 staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence November award winners.
FACHEX Program deadline
The deadline is approaching to apply for dependents' tuition benefits at Jesuit colleges and universities across the US.
Password Self-Service now available
You can now manage your own network password settings quickly and independently.
Ignatian Heritage Month
This year's photo contest winners have been named.
LUMA Advent calendar
View the beautiful works of <em>Art and Faith of the Crèche</em> through LUMA’s interactive advent calendar.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Submit a proposal to participate in this biannual conference taking place next month.
Community message
Moratorium on demonstration policy.
Annual photo contest
What’s your “cannonball moment?” Submit an entry to the annual Ignatian Heritage Month Photo Contest.
It’s on Us
Join us during the National Week of Action for a roundtable discussion about sexual assault.
News from the Campus Card Office
Through November, the Loyola community can receive an extra discount when using Rambler Bucks off campus.
Open Enrollment
Make changes to your benefits through November 20.
Password Self-Service now available
You can now manage your own network password settings quickly and independently.
President's Medallion winners
Meet the 13 recipients and read about their outstanding leadership, scholarship, and service.
Lake Shore Drive closures
Nighttime closures this week will affect the Intercampus Shuttle Service and traffic between the lakeside campuses.
Health Days
Learn about health benefits at one of the on-campus fairs.
Staff social and happy hour
Mix and mingle this month at Live After 5! events hosted by University Staff Council.
Still Guests in Our Own House?
The Loyola community is invited to explore women’s role in the Church since Vatican II at this two-day event.
Celebrate our heritage
Attend events and activities happening throughout the month, including Hunger Week, November 2-8.
Survey info sessions
Learn about the Faculty & Staff Opinion Survey results.
News from the Information Security Office
Learn how to access Loyola Aware and prevent cyber attackers from stealing your information.
Panel discussion
Faculty and staff are invited to attend a student panel discussion in honor of Disability Awareness and Veterans Week.
The Martyrs Award
On Monday, the University presents the inaugural Martyrs Award and hosts a discussion on immigration.
Open Enrollment
Make changes to your benefits through November 20.
Staff awards ceremony
Celebrate the outstanding work done by your colleagues at the 2015 Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards Ceremony.
Health Days
Learn about Loyola’s 2016 health benefits at this week's on-campus Health Days Fairs.
Athletics celebrates faculty and staff
Join Athletics for Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day on November 21, and take in two basketball games. Use code LUC.
Pray for Peace
Join Campus Ministry for events and services.
A holiday tradition at LUMA
The annual <em>Art and Faith of the Crèche</em> exhibition is now open. Admission is always free to students, faculty, and staff.
Athletics celebrates faculty and staff
Join Athletics for Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day on Saturday, and take in two basketball games. Use code LUC.
Open enrollment deadline
Make changes to your benefits and re-enroll in healthcare or dependent care flexible spending accounts by Friday.
Staff awards ceremony
Celebrate the recipients next Monday.
Giving Tuesday
Learn how you can give the gift of education to deserving students this holiday season.
Presidential Search
Visit the presidential search website to learn more about the selected search firm and ways to provide input.
First-Year Text nominations
Submit your recommendation for next year's First-Year Text and Convocation speaker.
Loyola Gives
Drop off your gifts on campus this week.
Understanding the SEIU petition
The University has developed a website that allows Loyolans to learn more about SEIU Local 73's faculty union petition.
Polar Palooza is almost here
The second annual two-day winter festival kicks off Saturday morning at Loyola Plaza.
October 2015 staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence October award winners.
Support the Loyola Ramblers
Faculty and staff rates for the 2015-2016 basketball season ticket packages are available now.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. October's focus is fire safety.
St. Albert’s Day
Celebrate the researchers on the Health Sciences Campus.
October 2015 staff stars
Read about this month's Commitment to Excellence award winners sponsored by University Staff Council.
Symposium on Digital Ethics
Registration is open for the International Symposium on Digital Ethics, featuring keynote speaker Hasan Elahi.
FACHEX Program
Learn about your dependent's tuition benefits at Jesuit colleges and universities across the US.
Ignatian Heritage Month
Preview the events happening throughout November.
Water Tower Campus parking update
Campus Transportation has added discounted parking at 911 North Rush Street.
Recognize your colleagues
The nomination deadline has been extended for the annual Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards.
Loyola Gives 2015
Join Campus Ministry and the Loyola community in helping families in need this winter through an annual program.
Celebrate Denise Levertov
Register for a conference honoring the late poet.
Chicago International Map Fair
LUMA hosts the third annual Chicago International Map Fair this weekend, free for the Loyola community on Sunday.
IN/MOTION
Enjoy the Department of Fine and Performing Arts’ free dance film festival this weekend.
Ignatian Heritage Book Club
Join the Loyola community in reading and reflecting on <i>The Call to Discernment in Troubled Times</i>.
Alumna returns as provost
Meet Margaret Faut Callahan, Health Sciences provost.
Arrupe College blessing
Last week, local leaders celebrated the college's opening.
A Divine Decade
Join us for a benefit celebrating LUMA’s anniversary.
Recognize your colleagues
Nominate a staff member for an annual award.
Recognize your colleagues
Nominate a staff member for an annual award.
State of the University
Watch Interim President Pelissero’s recent address.
It’s On Us, Loyola
The University is committed to preventing sexual assault.
State of the University
Dr. Pelissero to deliver three addresses this week.
Shakespeare and the Law
Join the School of Law and local actors for a discussion and dramatic interpretation of scenes from <i>Romeo and Juliet</i>.
September 2015 staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence September award winners.
News from the Math and Statistics Department
The Loyola community is invited to the Erdȍs Lecture, featuring Peter Sarnak, PhD, from the Institute for Advanced Study.
2015 Faculty Member of the Year
Professor Linda Janusek, PhD, RN, FAAN, was honored at this year's Health Sciences Faculty Convocation.
September 2015 staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence September award winners.
Register for Loyola Alert
Campus Safety will test the Loyola Alert system this Wednesday. The University community is encouraged to sign up.
Welcome families to campus
Our annual Family Weekend kicks off this Friday. Take a look at the schedule and events.
News from the Office of Research Services
ORS is hosting its annual orientation workshops for faculty and staff. The registration deadline is this week.
Attend a Pope watch party
Campus partners invite the Loyola community to gather to watch Pope Francis’s address to Congress.
It’s On Us, Loyola
The University is committed to preventing sexual assault.
Welcome Rambler families
Our annual Family Weekend kicks off tomorrow. Take a look at the schedule and events.
Password Self-Service now available
You can now manage your own network password settings quickly and independently.
News from University Libraries
The University has access to a new library catalog, a system used to find physical library collections.
#GiveThem20 Challenge
Interim President Pelissero and members of the Loyola community recently took a challenge to salute veterans.
Pope Francis's Moral Message
Hear Father Garanzini speak on Pope Francis's encyclical on the environment, <i>Laudato Si</i>, next week.
Rambler Madness is almost here
Show your Rambler pride and celebrate another basketball season with the Loyola Ramblers.
News from the Information Security Office
Check out this month’s information security newsletter, which includes details on a new security awareness program.
Svaglic Chair's Inaugural Lecture
Hear from Paul Eggert, PhD, as he presents "The Present, the Past, and the Material Object" this week.
Annual Tip-Off Luncheon
Celebrate the start of another basketball season with Rambler supporters and Athletics at the Montgomery Club next week.
Reflect on our Ignatian heritage
Join Mission and Identity in reading <i>The Call to Discernment in Troubled Times</i> and reflect on the book’s message.
Ignatius Loyola Award recipient
Associate professor F. Bryan Pickett received the prestigious Excellence in Teaching at the Faculty Convocation.
Friends of Loyola Libraries speaker series
Register for the discussion of <i>Civil War Chicago: Eyewitness to History</i>, led by distinguished faculty and alumni.
Recognize your colleagues
Nominations are now open for the annual Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards.
Center for the Human Rights of Children event
Attend the opening reception and panel discussion for <i>Child Soldiers: Forced to Be Cruel</i>.
2015 Faculty Member of the Year
Professor Linda Janusek, PhD, RN, FAAN, was honored at this year's Health Sciences Faculty Convocation.
A day of celebration for Quinlan
Tuesday was a full day of celebration at the Schreiber Center, the new home of the Quinlan School of Business.
Caring for Our Common Home
Join campus partners to reflect on the Pope’s encyclical.
Catholicism and Arts Lecture
Join the Hank Center for a lecture with Father Bill McNichols.
Schreiber Center celebration
Stop by as WGN Radio broadcasts live on campus tomorrow.
Schreiber Center opening
Celebrate the opening of Quinlan's new home this week.
A Rambler welcome
Check out photos from the New Student Convocation Walk.
LUMA at 10: Greatest Hits
Take a look at LUMA's anniversary exhibition.
Caring for Our Common Home
Join campus partners for a day of events and dialogue surrounding the Pope’s environmental encyclical.
News from the Information Security Office
Learn how to minimize physical security threats and other helpful tips in this month's newsletter.
Day of Prayer for Creation
Tomorrow, Pope Francis invites us to pray and reflect on how we can better care for the environment.
August 2015 staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence August award winners.
Schreiber Center ribbon cutting
Celebrate the opening of Quinlan's new home this morning, followed by the Water Tower Campus Block Party.
Welcome Week schedule
Celebrate the new academic year by participating in the events and activities this week.
Participate in Student Convocation
Join faculty and staff in celebrating the beginning of the school year during the annual cheer tunnel and Convocation.
Celebrate a very special birthday
The Loyola community is invited to gather for Sister Jean’s birthday celebration this Friday.
Welcome Week is underway
Check out the schedule and join us for a number of events celebrating the new academic year.
Plan 2020
A new year brings a new strategic direction.
August 2015 staff stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence August award winners.
Connect with first-year students
First-Year Experience is looking for faculty and staff to participate in a new mentoring program.
News from Campus Transportation
There is new parking equipment at the Lake Shore Campus parking facilities. Read about the new policies.
Responding to the Pope’s encyclical
The Loyola community is invited to submit reflections on Pope Francis's call for environmental action.
News from the Office of the Dean of Students
Students are now required to provide important medical and contact information in LOCUS.
Shop and support local
Stop by the Loyola Farmers Market Mondays from 3-7 p.m. at the Loyola Plaza.