Understanding the CARES Act
Find out what the federal CARES Act and the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund mean for Loyola students.
Afternoon with the Provost
Faculty are invited to join Norberto Grzywacz this week for a virtual forum over Zoom.
May Security Awareness Newsletter
Learn how to secure your home workstation and avoid coronavirus phishing emails in this month's ITS newsletter.
Commencement update
Loyola is planning a virtual celebration for the Class of 2020 this August.
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.
One Loyola
Dr. Rooney announced the move to a single provost and chief academic officer for the entire University.
2019 Weekend of Excellence
Loyola shines a spotlight on student research and achievement from April 11-14.
Headshots at Lake Shore Campus
On Tuesday, April 9, Loyola faculty and staff on the Lake Shore Campus are invited to have their headshots taken.
Managing organizational change
Attend the EMERGE course for supervisors and managers.
Following St. Ignatius
Join fellow Loyolans on a pilgrimage in the footsteps of the Jesuits’ founder.
Christmas at LUMA
Visit LUMA for the annual <em>Art and Faith of the Crèche</em> exhibition.
Undergraduate Women’s Leadership Award
Nominate a student who is working to foster a more just world through leadership, research, and service.
Enroll in your 2019 benefits today
Open Enrollment closes next Wednesday, November 21. Make your 2019 benefit elections now.
Martyrs Award
Loyola honors the work of Damien House at this evening’s award presentation and Memorial Mass.
Celebrate Art and Faith of the Crèche
LUMA’s holiday exhibition opens tomorrow. Along with perennial favorites, enjoy new crechès from local artists.
A championship team
Read about Loyola women’s soccer’s winning season.
Martyrs Award
On Thursday, Loyola will recognize the work of Damien House at the annual award presentation and Memorial Mass.
Reciprocal tuition benefit
Learn about the FACHEX program for dependents at Jesuit colleges and universities across the country.
Examining our Jesuit identity
This Ignatian Heritage Month, take time to reflect on and discuss how Loyola is carrying out its Jesuit, Catholic mission.
Art and Faith of the Crèche
Visit LUMA’s annual holiday exhibition, opening November 13.
News from Human Resources
This month’s newsletter includes information on open enrollment, vacation accrual, and performance evaluations.
Socialize with colleagues
Next week, join Drs. Rooney and Williams at staff receptions across all three Chicagoland campuses.
Hunger Week
Educate, advocate, and participate during Hunger Week. Check out upcoming scheduled activities and events.
Living our Ignatian heritage
Dr. Rooney began Ignatian Heritage Month with a call to celebrate and reflect on the University’s Jesuit mission.
Stritch Dinner 2018
Support medical education and student scholarships.
Shaping the future of health care
Loyola announced the creation of the School of Health Sciences and Public Health, set to open in the 2019-20 academic year.
EcoChallenge winners
In Team Ramblers first year participating, the group finished first in Illinois. See their winning impact statistics.
Ignatian Heritage Month
Check out events, test your knowledge of Jesuit saints, and learn about Loyolans living a faith that does justice.
Open Enrollment is underway
Through November 21, revisit your current benefit elections and learn about new and existing benefits.
Save the date
Loyola will honor research during St. Albert’s Day.
St. Albert's Day in photos
Take a peek at the 38th annual celebration of research.
Cheer on your Ramblers
Reserve your seat in Gentile. Loyola faculty and staff receive $5 off men’s basketball individual game tickets this season.
Faculty Receptions
Drs. Rooney and Callahan invite faculty to join them this week to socialize and enjoy camaraderie with colleagues.
Combating a complex problem
Learn how Loyola is helping to tackle the issue of child lead poisoning.
Review staff paid time off changes
If you are affected by the vacation accrual carryover changes this fall, learn what to consider.
Read and reflect
Join the community, and register for Mission Book Club.
News from University Staff Council
Nominate a Loyola staff member for the Annual Recognition and Excellence Awards by October 29.
Exercising your right to vote
Read Dr. Rooney’s message on the importance of voting to have your voice heard and to be a person for others.
Security Awareness Month
The latest newsletter from ITS contains helpful information on protecting yourself from cyber attacks.
2019 Benefits Open Enrollment
Familiarize yourself with Loyola’s new PPO 3 HSA option before Open Enrollment begins November 1.
Days of Past Present
The Hank Center is hosting the Global 1968 Symposium. Explore events that shook the world in 1968 and their impact.
Celebrate Archives Month
View items from the University’s collections, and get a behind the scenes tour.
Preparation is key
Learn more about the University’s Incident Response Awareness plans. October's focus is fire safety.
Mission Book Club
Read and reflect on <i>Awareness: The Perils and Opportunities of Reality</i> with the Loyola community.
Call for nominations
If you know an exceptional staff member, nominate them for the Annual Recognition and Excellence Awards.
Global 1968 Symposium
Join the Hank Center and explore the events that shook the world in 1968.
News from Human Resources
November 1 marks the beginning of Open Enrollment 2019. Learn more about Loyola’s benefit options.
Searle unveiling
Loyola celebrated the research and students of IES and the new Searle Center for Sustainability Innovations.
Budget Town Hall
Financial Services' final information session is at the Lake Shore Campus.
FACHEX
Learn about the reciprocal tuition benefit program for dependents at Jesuit colleges and universities across the U.S.
Security and Donuts
Learn the best ways to keep your information, your identity, and your computer safe from hackers and identity thieves.
October EcoChallenge
Join Loyola’s official team, and earn points through sustainable action.
Digging up history
Loyola students spent part of their summer sifting through historical artifacts at the Retreat and Ecology Campus.
Reserve your seat
Cheer on your Ramblers all season. Purchase tickets for 25 percent off with the staff and faculty discount.
News from Human Resources
Read the October newsletter for information on open enrollment, PTO updates, and professional development offerings.
Harassment Prevention Training
Participate in the University’s annual compliance training. The deadline for full-time faculty is October 12.
Open House Chicago
This weekend, Loyola’s Information Commons and Piper Hall will be featured during the city’s architecture festival.
Mission Book Club
Register to join this fall, and read and reflect with colleagues.
Support Loyola basketball
Celebrate Rambler men’s and women’s basketball and preview the upcoming season at the annual Tip-Off Luncheon.
An enduring legacy
The Gannon Center for Women and Leadership celebrates 25 years of educating and empowering female leaders.
Budget Town Halls
Financial Services is hosting information sessions open to the Loyola community.
Job Shadow Program
Encourage your students to participate in this career immersion experience during Fall Break.
Loyola Gives
This holiday season, be a part of the University’s annual giving program, and sponsor a family in need.
Open Enrollment Information Sessions
2019 Open Enrollment Information Sessions begin this week. View the schedule to find one at your campus.
Budget Town Halls
Financial Services is hosting three information sessions in October to update the Loyola community on the University’s finances.
Ramblers at Wrigley
Look back at Cubs Loyola Community Night as the team took on the Pirates and celebrated Rambler pride.
Tip-Off the season
Celebrate Rambler basketball at the annual luncheon.
Helping rural communities
Rosa Aramburo (MD ‘18) traveled to Alaska as a medical student, providing health care in isolated villages.
Job Shadow Program
Encourage a Rambler to learn about future career paths.
Staff Paid Time-Off changes
Revisions to Loyola’s Paid Time-Off Program are coming soon. Learn how these changes may affect you.
Reserve your seat
Cheer on your Ramblers in Gentile Arena this season. Enjoy the staff and faculty season ticket discount.
Learn in person
Attend upcoming sessions and fairs to learn about new and existing benefits.
Recognize a colleague
Nominate an outstanding staff member for Staff Council’s monthly Commitment to Excellence Award.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Emergency Response Plan. September’s focus is bomb threats.
Loyola Votes
Gearing up for the elections, the University is hosting events for students, faculty, and staff to stay informed and engaged.
A view of Faculty Convocation
Loyola welcomed new faculty and recognized colleagues’ accomplishments on Sunday.
Reunion weekend
Honor the legacy of women leaders at the Mundelein Reunion and 25th Anniversary of the Gannon Center.
New medical plan option
Learn more about the new PPO 3 HSA plan which offers lower monthly premiums and other incentives.
Volunteer for Loyola Votes
Celebrate National Voter Registration Day by helping register voters on campus, and receive a Loyola Votes t-shirt.
Founders’ Dinner
Last week, we celebrated student scholarships and Dr. Biden and Sister Jean. Check out highlights from our annual event.
Hall of Fame coach
On October 3, Porter Moser will be inducted into the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame.
Talk to Alex
The online benefits counselor Alex will teach you about all your benefits, including the new PPO 3 HSA plan.
HIPAA Training for faculty
Develop the necessary knowledge and skills to protect personal health information with mandatory HIPAA Training.
Learn to podcast
Award-winning podcaster and Loyola faculty member, Jonathan B. Singer, PhD, hosts a workshop for academics.
Loyola ranks 89
<i>U.S. News & World Report</i> listed the University at 89 in their 2019 rankings. See what puts Loyola in the top 100.
Faculty Convocation
Celebrate the new academic year with colleagues at Sunday’s event.
What’s new with benefits?
Read the latest message from Human Resources with information on new benefit offerings.
News from Human Resources
Read the latest newsletter with information on open enrollment season, health savings benefits, and more.
Welcoming Ramblers
With the school year in full swing, take a look back at Welcome Week 2018.
Cubs Community Night
Show your Loyola pride at Wrigley on September 27.
Faculty Convocation
Celebrate the beginning of the 2018-19 academic year, recognize academic excellence, and welcome new colleagues.
The opportunity for change
Cindy Blackstock (MJ ‘15) is using her legal education to advocate for indigenous children.
Lake Shore Campus headshots
On Friday, September 14, Loyola faculty and staff on Lake Shore Campus are invited to have their headshots taken.
Celebrating a decade
The School of Communication is marking its 10th anniversary with events throughout the 2018-19 academic year.
Annual White Coat Ceremony
The Stritch School of Medicine welcomed its newest medical students on August 25. See photos of the Class of 2022.
Celebrating Sister Jean
The Loyola community celebrated Sister Jean’s 99th birthday. Take a look back at the festivities.
Citizens of the World
Read Dr. Rooney’s message welcoming the University community back for the 2018-19 academic year.
Appear in Inside Loyola
Promote important events and exciting information in the University’s one-stop source for news.
Back-to-school block party
Enjoy free food and music on Water Tower Campus.
Campus connector
The intercampus shuttle has resumed service.
Talk to Alex
The online benefits counselor Alex will teach you about all your benefits, including the new PPO 3 HSA plan.
HIPAA training
Help the University protect the Loyola community’s personal health information. Staff must complete the training by Friday.
A leap of faith
College counselors from Chicago-area high schools explain what Arrupe has meant for students in their schools.
Welcome new students
Join faculty and staff in celebration of the start of the school year, and greet new Ramblers along the cheer tunnel.
Share your University events
Highlight upcoming campus events with the Loyola community by submitting them to the University Calendar.
Reflect and grow
Explore this year’s Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life retreat offerings. Sign up for this uniquely Ignatian experience.
Finding Purpose
At Convocation, author Andrew Hoffman will speak to new students.
Campus meal plans
Aramark is offering an array of faculty and staff meal deals. Explore your campus dining options.
Welcome Week
From the cheer tunnel and Mass to the annual block party, take a look at how Loyola is welcoming students this year.
Hall of Fame coach
Kate Achter, women’s basketball head coach, will be inducted by her alma mater.
Sister Jean turns 99!
Celebrate Sister Jean on August 21. Join the University community in the Damen Student Center atrium for cake and festivities.
Wireless change
On August 20, Loyola’s network will move from <i>loyola</i> to <i>LUC</i>.
Arrupe's Class of 2018
Arrupe celebrated its second graduating class last weekend. Look back at the Commencement festivities.
Move-In parking
During Move-in, the main parking structure is restricted to students and their families. Check out Faculty/Staff Information.
Uncovering artifacts
Reinhard Andress, PhD, will present on mosaic artwork from the 1893 World’s Fair at Dank Haus German Cultural Center.
Anatomy of a crime scene
A group of high school seniors visited Loyola’s Forensic Science labs to learn about crime scene investigation.
Pray, meditate, and reflect
Join the Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life Retreat.
Harassment Prevention Training
Help foster a safe, inclusive, and respectful campus community by completing the University’s compliance training.
Move-in volunteers
Be a part of the Class of 2022’s first days on campus. Sign up to welcome Loyola’s newest Ramblers.
Faculty and staff retreats
Explore LUREC’s offerings for personal growth and professional development.
Arrupe’s impact
As Commencement approaches for this year’s class, check in on the Class of 2017’s life after Arrupe.
Promote your University events
Highlight this fall’s events on the University calendar and share with the Loyola community.
God’s word at the borders
Miguel Diaz, PhD, appeared on BBC’s <i>Heart and Soul</i> to discuss the role of religion in the current immigration debate.
News from Human Resources
Read the August update for information on Open Enrollment, benefits tools, and upcoming course offerings.
Tour the market
Check out some of this season’s local and sustainable food at the University’s Farmers Market on Loyola Plaza.
Sign up for EMERGE
Focus on your professional development, and sign up for the Loyola’s latest available trainings.
Reserve your seat
Enjoy the staff and faculty discount, and cheer on the Ramblers this season.
Ignatian Service Day
Relive the first of this year’s days of service in our lakeside communities.
Feast of Saint Ignatius
Look back at the gathering of faculty, staff, and Loyola retirees at the annual celebration of our shared Jesuit mission.
Ethics in medicine
For the second year, the Health Sciences Division is hosting the Dvorak Conference, exploring ethical issues in health care.
Harassment Prevention Training
Learn about the University’s upcoming annual compliance training for all staff and full-time faculty.
Crain's Chicago
Colleen Reaney was named to the Notable Women in Education list.
Training and development
Learn about the University’s upcoming compliance and professional development training programs.
Focus on Teaching and Learning
Register for Loyola’s biannual conference, and collaborate with colleagues on best practices in education.
In the flight path
A group of students is working to make Loyola’s campus safer for migrating birds.
Feast Day of Saint Ignatius
Today is the final day to sign up for shuttle service to the annual Mass and picnic on the Lake Shore Campus.
Lollapalooza clean-up
Learn how Loyola students help make the music festival greener.
Welcome the Class of 2022
Residence Life is looking for faculty and staff volunteers to assist with First Year Move-In Days, August 21-23.
Ramblers golf outing
Join the University’s student athletes, alumni, colleagues, and friends on the course and support the Ramblers.
Fueling the University
Learn how used cooking oil is made into bus fuel and glycerin soap at the University’s Searle Biodiesel Lab.
Global meets local
Explore LUMA’s summer exhibitions.
Representing Loyola
Serving as ACUHO-I president, Deb Schmidt-Rogers is a residence life leader both at Loyola and nationally.
News from the Information Security Office
Read the latest newsletter with information on password protection and avoiding phishing e-mails.
Effective advocacy
Bryant Cameron Webb (JD ’12, MD) is using his education and Loyola experience to advocate for change.
Cheer on your Ramblers
Reserve your seat in Gentile. Faculty and staff members receive 25 percent off men’s basketball season tickets!
Sign up for EMERGE
Check out the new schedule of professional development offerings.
Focus on Teaching and Learning
Register for the University’s biannual conference taking place at Lake Shore Campus on August 16.
Sustainable campus
Loyola made <i>College Magazine’s</i> list of Top 10 Most Eco-Friendly Colleges.
Ignatian Service Days
Sign up by Wednesday, July 18, and help out in the community.
Mentor and guide
Read about Graduate Faculty Member of the Year Kayhan Parsi, JD, PhD, and his work supporting bioethics students.
Benefits Value Advisor
Contact an advisor to save on out-of-pocket expenses and earn cash rewards for the choices you make.
Fostering Ignatian values
Flip through photos of the second annual THEA Institute.
Feast Day reminders
Sign up for shuttle service to the Lake Shore Campus for the Mass and picnic on Tuesday, July 31.
Savoring the day
Fred Bryant, PhD, shares the benefits of overcoming negativity.
Bike to Work winners
Loyola won the 27th annual citywide challenge in the education category. Congratulations cyclists!
Sign up for EMERGE
Register for this season’s new series of personal and professional development trainings.
News from Human Resources
Read the July update, which includes information on benefits and professional development offerings.
Ignatian Service Days
Sign up and give back to the Chicagoland community with colleagues from across the University.
Business Leadership Hub
Check out the hub’s new website, serving as a gateway to the best of academic thought and practical solutions.
The Jesuit Way Forward
Dr. Rooney recently spoke on the origin and evolution of Jesuit education.
Loyola Ramblers golf outing
Athletics hosts its annual event next month at Harborside International Golf Center.
Neighborhood partnership
Loyola made a gift to Gale Community Academy in Rogers Park.
Be featured in Inside Loyola
Highlight upcoming events, a colleague’s accomplishments, and exciting research to the University community.
Voluntary Transition Incentive Program
Senior Vice President Wayne Magdziarz provided an update on VTIP, detailing the program’s impact and results.
New University appointment
Learn about the appointment of the acting dean of the School of Communication, John Slania.
Sign up to serve
Join your colleagues for this year’s Ignatian Service Days.
Farmers Market
Head to Loyola Plaza every Monday to shop and support local and sustainable businesses and foods.
Summer begins at LUMA
Celebrate the opening of three new exhibitions. Meet the artists and explore this season’s artwork.
News from the Information Security Office
A phishing e-mail impersonating the Office of the President was reported. Hear from ITS on how to protect your information.
Storyteller
On <i>Blackademics</i>, Dra. Chang shared her story and encouraged others to share theirs.
America’s sweetheart
Sister Jean made <i>People’s</i> list of 100 Reasons to Love America This Year.
Ignatian Service Days 2018
Join your colleagues, and give back to the Chicagoland community. Register for events in July or August.
Honoring our legacy
Dr. Rooney invites faculty and staff to observe the Feast Day of Saint Ignatius through service and celebration.
Designing tools, saving lives
Learn how Loyola engineering students are designing models to support nursing students.
William O'Hearn Service Award
Susan Malisch was honored at the AJCU’s information technology conference.
From Loyola to the White House
Katie Rogers (BA ‘07), <i>The New York Times</i> journalist, utilizes skills she learned at Loyola to report on the president.
Ramblers golf outing
Be a part of Athletics’ 33rd annual golf event.
Bike to Work Challenge
Participate in the 27th annual event taking place through June 29, and earn wellness points while you ride.
Task force update
Read the report from independent firm Hillard Heintze on the incident that occurred outside Gentile Arena in February.
Care for our planet
Dean Nancy Tuchman reflects on the confluence of faith and science and Pope Francis’ call to action.
Breakthrough research
Dr. Albain’s work could revolutionize early-stage breast cancer treatment.
50 years in Rome
John Nicholson, PhD, celebrated 50 years of teaching art history at Loyola’s John Felice Rome Center.
Explore, discern, affirm
Register for the Inner-Mission Employee Retreat on July 11-12 and take time to reflect.
Alumni Weekend in photos
Relive this year’s celebration with Loyola alumni and University colleagues in our photo gallery.
Technology training
ITS offers a range of training sessions for faculty. Look through their list of upcoming offerings.
Student athlete success
Six Loyola varsity teams earned perfect APR scores for 2017-18.
Summer at Madonna della Strada
Worship at the Lake Shore and Water Tower campuses. Check out the Mass schedule through August 26.
Reflect and connect
Take time for yourself during the Inner-Mission Employee Retreat at Loyola’s Retreat and Ecology Campus.
Caps of Commencement
Check out some of the Class of 2018’s best grad caps.
Bike to Work Challenge
Join the 27th annual citywide event happening June 15–29, and earn wellness points while you bike.
News from Human Resources
Read the June update which includes details about the updated careers website and retirement resources.
Highlight your University events
Submit upcoming events to the University Calendar, and spread the word to the Loyola community.
Leaders in their field
Meet a few of the women who make Loyola a national leader in STEM.
Remembering Sister Ann Ida
Loyola honors the memory of Sister Ann Ida Gannon, BVM, former professor and president of Mundelein College.
Alumni Weekend
This weekend, join Loyola alumni, faculty, and staff for the party of the summer.
Tour Cuneo
Loyola’s historic property is now open to the public for mansion tours. Plan a visit on an upcoming Friday or Saturday.
Local and sustainable
The Farmers Market kicks off today on Loyola Plaza.
Women's volleyball camps
Check out the schedule of upcoming sessions, and see which experience might be best for your camper.
Fiscal year deadlines
As the 2018 fiscal year comes to a close, review Financial Services’ list of approaching deadlines.
Testing the waters
Biologist John Kelly is researching the effect of pharmaceuticals on microbial communities in our waterways.
Climate change and human health
This year’s conference yielded eight important takeaways.
Men’s basketball camps
Loyola is hosting three summer sessions. Check the schedule, and see which experience might be best for your camper.
Grand reopening
Cuneo Mansion and Gardens reopens to the public on Saturday, June 2. Schedule your tour, and soak up the rich history.
New University appointment
Mary Houston (JFRC Fall ‘06, BS ‘07, and MED ‘13) was named director of Alumni Relations.
Advocates for justice
Loyola established new professorships in honor of Justice McMorrow (JD ‘53).
Art illuminating the spirit
Join LUMA as it hosts author Wendy Pearlman for a talk on her book <em>We Crossed a Bridge and it Trembled</em>.
Strategic communication
Read the latest Project Management Office newsletter for insights on crafting communication plans.
Founders' Dinner
Dr. Jill Biden headlines our annual event for student scholarships on September 12 at the Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel.
Environmentally engaged
Olivia Urbanski's (BS ‘18) Loyola education took her from Alaska to Kenya.
A season to remember
Loyola’s men’s basketball team defied the odds to make it to the Final Four. Relive their epic 2017-18 run.
Ignatian Contemplation Retreat
Reflect and renew at this year’s mission retreat.
Achieving the dream
These students were the first DACA recipients to openly attend medical school. Learn where they are headed next.
Commencement gallery
Take a look back at Loyola’s Class of 2018 celebrations.
Summer reading
Mission Book Club meets soon. Join the community, and reflect on <em>The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything</em>.
Alumni success
See how a Loyola degree is helping these recent College of Arts and Sciences graduates succeed.
Relive Commencement 2018
From senior toast to crossing the stage, take a look at hundreds of photos from last week’s Commencement festivities.
Sign up for EMERGE
Participate in these personal and professional development offerings.
Summer Institute on Aging
The focus of this year’s conference is on dementia: how to talk about it, recognize it, and cope with its many phases.
Gannon Center appointment
The University named Gabrielle Buckley as the new director of the Gannon Center for Women and Leadership.
Alumni Weekend
Register for this annual event by May 11 for early-bird pricing.
Commencement week in photos
Flip through this week’s graduation albums, and celebrate with Loyola’s Class of 2018.
Call for March Madness photos
Share your memories of this year’s historic NCAA Tournament run with the University Archives.
New University appointment
Learn about the appointment of the acting vice president for mission integration, Janet Sisler.
Addressing our graduates
Check out this year’s list of Commencement speakers.
News from Human Resources
Read the May update, with information on an upcoming retreat, professional development, insurance, and benefits.
Class of 2018
Celebrate our graduates during Commencement ceremonies at the Lake Shore Campus beginning tomorrow.
Voluntary Transition Incentive Program
Senior leadership announced a new initiative to continue the University's efforts focused on operational alignment.
Commencement week construction
A developer is beginning a construction project on May 7. This will affect traffic around the Lake Shore Campus.
Breaking the Ceiling
See how Loyola’s women in STEM are impacting their fields.
Social media best practices
Check out the information security newsletter to learn more about smart social media use and updates to Loyola Aware.
BioBlitz challenge
Join students, faculty, and staff at LUREC as they work to find as many species as possible in a 24-hour period.
Unlocking the power of algae
Jake O. Nalley (BS ‘11) is working to uncover new ways to utilize algae as a sustainable fuel source.
Sustainability revolution
Nancy Landrum, PhD, outlines the ways business can push for a greener future.
Faculty Receptions
The University president and acting provost invite faculty to join them at the Water Tower and Health Science campus events.
Union agreements ratified
CAS and ELLP non-tenure-track faculty have voted to ratify their three-year collective bargaining agreements.
Weekend of Excellence in review
Relive the celebration of student achievement.
Alumni Weekend
Join Loyola alumni and colleagues June 9-10 for the party of the summer. Register by April 30 for early-bird pricing.
Mission Book Club
Join the Loyola community in reading and reflecting on <em>The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything</em>.
Climate Change and Human Health
Videos from the 2018 Climate Change Conference are online. Check out the keynote address and informative panels.
Call for March Madness photos
University Archives invites you to share your Ramblers 2018 NCAA Tournament memories to be featured in future exhibits.
Climate change and Zika
Loyola researcher Justin Harbison is exploring ways to control the spread of mosquito-borne illness.
Commitment to students
Jeanne Widen, PhD, SCPS Associate Dean, discusses online education at Loyola.
Commencement volunteers
Celebrate the Class of 2018, and sign up to be a part of this year’s ceremonies.
Weekend of Excellence
Meet this year’s standout students.
News from University Staff Council
Recommend full-time staff members for University Staff Council. Nominations are open until Friday, April 20.
Negotiations update
Loyola reached Tentative Agreements with SEIU Local 73 for three-year collective bargaining agreements.
Reflect and renew
Take a step back from the stress of daily life. Join this year’s Ignatian Contemplation Retreat, May 29-31.
Million Mile Month
Throughout April, participate in this fitness challenge initiative and set health and wellness goals.
A call for environmental leaders
IES is offering a new four-course sequence for sustainability professionals.
Weekend of Excellence
Join the annual celebration of student scholarship, April 19-22. Take a look at this year’s schedule of events.
Faculty Receptions
The University President and Acting Provost invite faculty to join them at events this spring.
SEIU negotiations update
View this flyer on Loyola’s job security proposals. Bargaining sessions are now scheduled for next Monday and Wednesday.
Do Well and Do Good
The Quinlan School of Business is hosting a panel of Chicago leaders discussing career success across multiple sectors.
Water access advocate
George McGraw (BA ’09) is working to bring clean water to all Americans.
News from Human Resources
Read the April update, which includes information about Million Mile Month, as well as benefits tracking and rewards.
Baumhart Center conversation
Hear from social innovator Jessica Droste Yagan.
Weekend of Excellence
Loyola shines a spotlight on student achievement at the 8th annual Weekend of Excellence, April 19–22.
Total Rewards Statement
A summary of your salary and benefits as of December 31, 2017, is now available online.
Know the facts
View this flyer for an overview of Loyola’s latest proposals and where negotiations stand with SEIU Local 73.
Update on negotiations
The acting provost addresses inaccurate information shared in recent SEIU communications.
Commencement volunteers
Be a part of this year’s ceremony, and celebrate the Class of 2018.
Nominate a colleague
University Senate nominations are now open. Recommend a colleague during this election cycle.
BioBlitz
This spring, ensure LUREC’s ecosystem is carefully documented, and the biodiverse area is properly maintained.
SEIU Planning a strike on April 4
Loyola is not canceling classes, and all buildings, student services, and athletic events will continue as usual.
Created by culture
The Ramblers closed an historic season and showed the world what Loyola basketball is all about.
Black Lives Matter conference
Be a part of the annual, daylong event.
Diversity Climate Survey
Explore the data and results, and read about the University's commitment to fostering a just and equitable community.
Easter celebration
Join the Loyola community for Mass at Madonna della Strada Chapel on Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m.
Saturday watch parties
Cheer on the Ramblers in Gentile Arena as they face Michigan.
Loyola’s Distinctive Light
Dr. Rooney shares Easter and Passover blessings with the University community.
Task Force members announced
The Campus Safety Independent Review Task Force is comprised of students, faculty, staff, and outside experts.
No finish line
The Ramblers make history once again as they advance to the Final Four for the first time since 1963.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with the University’s Emergency Response Plan. The March focus is tornadoes.
Come to the Cabaret
From April 5-15, Loyola presents the musical <i>Cabaret</i>.
From influential to influencers
Learn how to turn social media skills into a career from a Loyola student and alumnae.
Collective bargaining update
The latest University proposals offer significant compensation increases as SEIU threatens a strike in early April.
Sweet 16 watch parties
Enjoy the March Madness action, and cheer on the Ramblers.
Pizza with the President
The Water Tower campus lunch and Q&A with Dr. Rooney has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 27.
Holy Week
Join the Loyola community in prayer and celebration at services and events across the Chicagoland campuses.
Sweet Sixteen bound
Loyola won in dramatic fashion in Dallas. The team advances to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16.
Black Art and the Power of Healing
During this year’s Black Lives Matter Conference, explore Black art, its aesthetics, practices, and histories.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola’s Emergency Response Plan. The March focus is tornadoes.
Match Day
Relive the celebration with our Stritch students.
Frontiers in Science
Attend this symposium to hear from Dr. John Dye about his work to counteract Ebola and other high-risk pathogens.
March Madness watch parties
Cheer on your Ramblers at these campus-area watch parties.
Climate Change in real life
Gina McCarthy, Climate Change Conference keynote speaker, discusses the environmental risks and human health.
Turn an idea into reality
Transform entrepreneurial ideas into a business or nonprofit. Learn about Ignite Lab on March 15 or 19.
Pizza with the President
Join Dr. Rooney for lunch, Q&A, and University updates on all Chicagoland campuses next week.
Women in the Arts
Be a part of the University's March celebrations.
IRS updates
Read this message from Finance, with important information on Form W-4s and the withholding calculator tool.
March Madness
Follow the action as the men’s basketball team makes history competing at the 2018 NCAA Tournament.
Climate Change and Human Health
Gina McCarthy, former EPA Administrator, is the keynote speaker for Loyola’s fifth annual Climate Change Conference.
Selection Sunday
Join the Ramblers for the March Madness Selection Show.
Celebrate faculty scholarship
Enjoy refreshments, conversation, and a display of publications and scholarship by University faculty.
The Question of Religious Freedom
On March 12 and 13, Loyola will host leading theologians and legal scholars for a conference on religious freedom.
Building a Bridge
On Friday, March 23, Fr. James Martin, S.J., will visit Loyola to speak about his latest book.
NCAA Tournament-bound
With Sunday's MVC championship, Loyola men's basketball heads to March Madness for the first time since 1985.
News from Human Resources
Read the March update, which includes information about upcoming harassment trainings and wellness benefits.
Social Justice Symposium
Attend workshops, performances, and sessions focused on the experience of social identities across higher ed.
Sign up for EMERGE
Focus on your professional development.
LOCUS upgrade
The LOCUS system will undergo a technical upgrade and be unavailable between 2 a.m. on March 6 through March 9.
Preparation and prevention
Learn about the resources offered at Loyola in the event of a shooting.
A gift that will transform lives
Jennifer Pritzker (BA ‘79) donated to support Loyola students in honor of her mother, Audrey G. Ratner (BS ‘78).
Game of Change
Read how Loyola’s team transformed college basketball.
An inclusive community
Read Dr. Rooney's message reaffirming Loyola's commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Statement on incident at Lake Shore Campus
Read Loyola's statement for details on the initial investigation.
A conversation with Wil Haygood
The decorated author and journalist reflects on race in America, press freedom, and where his work takes him.
George Saunders Radio Hour
Spend an evening with a MacArthur Genius.
Climate Change and Human Health
Join the Institute of Environmental Sustainability for the annual Climate Change Conference, March 15-16.
Race and the Law
The 2018 symposium will explore the intersection of race and education.
Lenten Examens
Loyola’s Mission Office invites you to reflect and focus on forgiveness and healing this Lenten season.
2018 Martyrs Award
Nominate a faith-based organization or individual committed to service and social justice.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with the University’s Incident Response Awareness protocols. February’s focus is flood safety.
Progress in Negotiations with SEIU Local 73
Loyola is bargaining with urgency to reach a fair and reasonable agreement for our non-tenure-track faculty this spring.
Artist, advocate, community voice
Explore art, race, and social engagement with Chicago artists at this University Libraries event.
Focus on forgiveness and healing
Begin and end this Lenten season with the Ignatian examen.
George Saunders Radio Hour
Enjoy live readings and discussion with MacArthur Genius and Man Booker Prize winner George Saunders.
Climate Change Conference
Explore human health and climate change.
Science that serves others
Aadeel Akhtar (BS ‘07, MS ‘08) is changing lives by developing affordable and advanced bionic hands for amputees.
Surprising blessings
Kay Metres (BA ‘87) shares insights she gained from her battle with and recovery from breast cancer.
Go Move Challenge
Throughout February, be active and compete against other AJCU institutions.
Spring 2018 Feminist Lecture Series
Explore essential topics in contemporary feminism guided by students, alumni, staff, and faculty.
Ash Wednesday services
Join the Loyola community in observing the beginning of the Lenten season on Wednesday, February 14.
The power of documentation
Join Dra. Chang as she talks about her new book and research.
Third annual ITS Showcase
On Thursday, February 15, learn about available library and technology resources.
University Will Remain Open
Loyola will be open today, Friday, February 9. All classes will be held as scheduled.
Spring at LUMA
Explore the work of the museum's three featured artists who are confronting current social issues.
Annual law symposium
This year’s focus is the global response to climate change.
Risk insight
Learn more about risk management, upcoming project management class offerings, and resources.
Socialize with colleagues
On Tuesday, February 13, join your colleagues at the Water Tower Campus Staff Reception.
Paper and Electronic W-2’s
Read this message from Finance about important W-2 statement information.
News from Human Resources
The February update includes information about wellness benefits, retirement services, and professional development.
Loyola receives cornerstone gift
Al Norville (BS ‘60) generously made a lead gift to support the construction of a new athletics practice facility.
Jesuit Jam 2018
Participate in this annual basketball tradition on February 7.
2018 Excellence Awards
Nominate outstanding Loyola students to be recognized during this year’s Weekend of Excellence.
News from ITS
The migration from Box to Microsoft’s OneDrive for cloud storage is underway and users are being migrated in groups.
Memorial for David Prasse
Please join the University community in celebrating the life and contributions of David Prasse, PhD, on February 19.
Support the Dream Act
Join Loyola’s Call Congress Campaign today.
Loyola's All-Century Team
The University will recognize some of our greatest players at the men’s basketball game versus Missouri State.
Continuing the conversation
Read this update on the results of the Diversity and Inclusion Climate Survey.
2018 Excellence Awards
By February 6, nominate outstanding students to be honored at this year’s Weekend of Excellence.
Fitness competition
Starting Thursday, compete against Jesuit institutions.
Weekend Warriors
Learn about the School of Law’s innovative Weekend JD program, and hear from students getting their degrees.
Intercampus shuttle tracker
Campus Transportation has rolled out a new tracking system.
2018-2019 tuition update
Read Dr. Rooney’s letter about tuition and the University’s commitment to educational excellence and affordability.
Sign up for EMERGE
Register for Loyola’s personal and professional development opportunities with this season’s EMERGE trainings.
Climate Change and Human Health
Loyola’s fifth annual Climate Change Conference features Gina McCarthy, former EPA Administrator.
Participate and celebrate
Be a part of the annual celebration of Dr. King.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with the Incident Response Awareness plans, and learn what to do in the event of utility failure on campus.
Promote your University events
Submit upcoming events to the University Calendar, and spread the word to the Loyola community.
Transforming the Narrative
Dr. Rooney welcomes students back and reflects on how the Loyola community advances peace and justice.
Sign up for EMERGE
Check out this season’s available trainings.
Embracing social justice
Meet civil rights activist Adrienne Y. Bailey, PhD, before she delivers the MLK Celebration keynote address.
Payroll update
Finance has compiled information on how the recently passed tax reform legislation will impact payroll.
Cheer on your Ramblers
On Wednesday, Loyola men’s basketball faces Southern Illinois at home.
Transformative Thinking
Honor the legacy of Dr. King through these University events, which explore how to utilize his principles.
Finance's year-end reminders
From tax withholding to W-2 information, review these helpful reminders for the end of the calendar year.
Submit your work
Loyola is seeking abstract proposals for an event featuring critically acclaimed author, George Saunders.
Loyola Gives
The University community donated to more than 60 Chicagoland families. See what your generosity equaled.
News from Human Resources
Read the January update, which includes information on revised sick leave policies and 2018 wellness information.
New year, new alumni
These SCPS students kicked off 2018 as graduates.
Additional tax form
Learn more about the Form 1095-C, and elect to receive your statement electronically.
Transformative Thinking
Loyola will honor the legacy of Dr. King this month. The celebration includes several service opportunities.
A year in review
Look back at some of the highlights from 2017.
CURL shines a light
Learn how Loyola’s Center for Urban Research and Learning is working to address homelessness.
Last call for crèche
Visit <em>Art and Faith of the Crèche</em> at LUMA before the annual exhibition closes this weekend.
Christmas closure
The University will close the week of Christmas and reopen January 2, 2018. Learn more about the closure.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. Winter storms are this month’s focus.
New University appointment
Meet the new vice president for University Marketing and Communication, Colleen Newquist.
Thank you, Loyola
Sister Jean is on the mend. Read her message of thanks.
Honoring Dr. King
Learn more about next month’s MLK Celebration events.
Home for the holidays
Watch as Loyolans reflect on what home means to them—and how they found a home at the University.
The Gifts We Bring
Dr. Rooney shares holiday wishes with the Loyola community and reflects on the gifts we bring each other.
Spring technology updates
Review the important changes Information Technology Services will be implementing from December through May.
Collective bargaining progress
Loyola has been bargaining in good faith with SEIU Local 73 and the separate bargaining teams from CAS and ELLP.
Continue the conversation
Read through the results of the University-wide Gender-Based Violence Climate Survey.
Honoring excellence
See the staff members who received awards at this year's Staff Recognition and Excellence ceremony.
Join the festivities
Celebrate with colleagues at this year's Christmas Reception.
Art and Faith of the Crèche
See nativity scenes from around the world.
Annual MLK celebration
Attend University-wide events honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., including keynote by Dr. Adrienne Bailey.
News from Human Resources
Read this month’s update, with information about January program offerings and health benefits.
Arrupe celebrates Christmas
Check out photos from Arrupe’s annual tree-trimming and Christmas festivities.
Explore, discern, affirm
Take time for yourself at the Inner-Mission Employee Retreat.
Meet your Staff Stars
Read about the Commitment to Excellence award winners for November.
Rescheduled staff reception
Join your colleagues at the Water Tower Campus Staff Reception on Tuesday, February 13.
Gift of extra holiday time
The University will close the entire week of Christmas, December 25–29, and reopen on January 2.
Advocating for Our Students
Read Dr. Rooney's response to recent tax reform legislation efforts and its potential impact on higher education.
Center for Social Justice
With a gift from Curt and Linda Rodin, the School of Law will expand programming to assist the underserved.
Spread holiday cheer
Share the spirit of the season by choosing from a variety of Loyola Christmas print or e-cards.
Recognize student excellence
Nominate an undergraduate for the Women’s Leadership Award.
Celebrate Art and Faith of the Crèche
Join LUMA members and staff for the opening of the annual crèche exhibition.
Planting the seed and doing good
Hear from alumnus Daniel McGowan about the impact one class at Loyola had on his career.
Stritch Dinner in photos
Take a look at the 67th Annual Stritch School of Medicine Awards Dinner.
Final chance to participate
November 30 is the last day to take the University-wide climate survey. Be sure to respond, and have your voice heard.
Be a part of Giving Tuesday
Learn how you can help give the gift of a Loyola education, and spread the word.
Martyrs Award photo recap
Take a peek at this year’s Martyrs Award presentation.
Prepared to respond
Familiarize yourself with how to respond to an active shooter situation and the role of Campus Safety and law enforcement.
First-generation mentor
Loyola alumna Cristina Rodriguez discusses the rewarding relationships she’s developed at Loyola.
Drawn to serve and give
Sister Norma Pimentel discusses how Loyola helped her understand the human person in a more holistic way.
Open Enrollment deadline
This Wednesday, November 22, the Open Enrollment period closes. Revisit your benefit selections now.
A text that speaks to Loyola's mission
Help identify an author and book for Convocation. Submit your recommendation for the 2018 First-Year Text.
Share the holiday spirit
Order your Loyola cards in time for the Christmas season.
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.
Staff excellence awards
Celebrate Loyola staff members at this year's reception.
University-wide beverage survey
Assist Loyola's Purchasing team as they determine what beverages to offer on campus.
Register for Loyola Alert
Campus Safety will test the Loyola Alert system on Tuesday, November 14. Sign up to receive messages.
Celebrate Quinn Community Center
Join the University as it honors the organization at the third annual Martyrs Award Panel and Presentation.
Diversity Climate Survey
Participate in Loyola's University-wide climate survey through November 17.
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.
Chat with Sister Jean
Tune in to Facebook Live on Monday to talk with Sister Jean about Ignatian spirituality, life, and Loyola.
A Radical Faith
Author Eileen Markey will discuss how the life and death of Sister Maura illuminates the evolution of postwar Catholicism.
From Loyola to Nepal
Read how alumnus Dr. Andrew Trotter draws upon the skills he learned at Loyola to impact his work in Nepal.
The president and the press
This week, an expert panel will explore Donald Trump’s contentious relationship with the media.
Educate, advocate, participate
Be part of Hunger Week activities this year.
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.
The education springboard
Read alumna Theresa Dear's story of turning adversity into success.
The resonance of G.K. Chesterton
Join distinguished scholar Father Ian Boyd as he discusses the relevance of Chesterton's work for contemporary times.
Exploring Loyola's legacy
Ignatian Heritage Month began with Dr. Rooney's message to the community celebrating our mission and history.
Meet Loyola's Staff Stars
Read about the Commitment to Excellence award winners for October.
Ignatian Heritage Month
Check out November events, test your Jesuit knowledge, and learn about Loyolans living the Ignatian call to serve.
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.
CURL names new director
David Van Zytveld has been appointed the new director of the Center for Urban Research and Learning.
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.
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.
Focus on the Book
Celebrate Marie Curie and her contributions to science.
University-wide beverage survey
Participate in the preference survey, and help Loyola's Purchasing Team determine what beverages to offer.
Read and reflect
Discuss <i>Showdown</i>, by 2017 Commencement speaker Wil Haygood, at Ignatian Heritage Month Book Club.
Fire safety at Loyola
Familiarize yourself with the University’s Incident Response Awareness plans. The focus in October is fire safety.
Letters from Loyola
After last week’s Dream Act campaign, 7,362 letters from the Loyola community were delivered to Capitol Hill.
Showcasing women leaders
Discover their stories at this Chicago Open Archives event.
News from Human Resources
November 1 marks the beginning of Open Enrollment. Learn more about Loyola’s benefit options.
An evening with colleagues
Next week, across all three Chicago-area campuses, Drs. Rooney, Pelissero, and Callahan will join faculty at fall receptions.
Support your Ramblers
Celebrate Loyola basketball at the annual tip-off luncheon.
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.
Teaching at the frontiers
Read about Faculty Member of the Year Maria Vidal de Haymes, PhD, and her work with Jesuit institutions worldwide.
Ignatian Heritage Book Club
Join the community in reading and reflecting on <i>Showdown</i>.
Assessing diversity on campus
The University is launching its climate survey at the end of October. Participate and impact diversity and inclusion at Loyola.
Grad assistants to see enhancements in '17-'18
Loyola announces stipend increases and plans to introduce new travel awards, affinity groups, and engagement opportunities.
Turning trauma into understanding
Professor Art Lurigio’s own experience with crime has shaped his research on victims’ trauma.
Explore Loyola's benefit options
Read the October update, which includes details on health and wellness opportunities during Open Enrollment.
Dream Act tabling
Learn about this week’s events, and spread the word.
Secure your digital presence
Check out the information security newsletter, featuring safety tips for mobile and online account protection.
City Club of Chicago Address
Watch Dr. Rooney discuss the innovative ways the University is impacting Chicago and beyond.
Tip-off the season
Join men's and women's basketball for their annual luncheon.
Humanities Datebook
Screenings, lectures, and performances—know about it all by signing up for this round-up of humanities-related events.
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.
Discussing digital ethics
This year's symposium features keynote Cathy O'Neil.
Assessing diversity on campus
Save the date for the University-wide climate survey, launching at the end of the month.
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.
Fall receptions for staff and faculty
Dr. Rooney and senior leadership invite staff and faculty across all three campuses to this year's receptions.
Rambler family photos
Check out last weekend's festivities.
Onward LU
This Saturday, celebrate the exciting future of Loyola athletics at Lake Shore Campus.
Loyola in four seasons
Fall, winter, spring, and summer - experience one year at Loyola in one minute.
Just Employment Task Force
Dr. Rooney responds to the task force's recommendations for creating a more fair, competitive, and socially just workplace.
A new approach
Watch Father Katsouros talk about Jesuit education’s future.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. September’s focus is bomb threats.
Faith that does justice
Read about Mark Kuczewski, PhD, who was recently named Faculty Member of the Year at Convocation.
Natural disaster response
Loyola is coordinating support for those affected by Hurricane Maria and the Mexico City earthquake
Rambler families visit campus
Our annual Family Weekend kicks off tomorrow. Take a look at the schedule and planned events.
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.
Welcome Rambler families
Our annual Family Weekend kicks off this Friday, September 22, at the Lake Shore Campus.
Take time everyday
Pray, meditate, and reflect with Mission & Identity.
Innovative solutions
Learn more about available project management classes, tools, and templates.
Understanding Loyola’s financials
Financial Services and Human Resources are hosting three learning sessions, open to the University community.
Reinventing Jesuit education
Next week, the City Club of Chicago welcomes Father Katsouros, dean and executive director of Arrupe College.
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.
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.
Celebrate the new academic year
Join colleagues at Sunday's Faculty Convocation.
Advocating for our students
The provosts share information and resources for our DACA students and the entire Loyola community.
First week in review
Look at photos captured at the Student of Color Welcome Reception, Water Tower Campus Block Party, and more.
Statement of support
Dr. Rooney reaffirms Loyola’s commitment to the extraordinary group of students affected by the DACA decision.
Meet your August Staff Stars
Read about this month's Commitment to Excellence award winners.
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.
Response to Hurricane Harvey
Offer prayers and support for Loyolans affected.
Celebrate Faculty Convocation
Start the academic year by welcoming new faculty and honoring colleagues’ accomplishments.
Feast Day reminders
Don't forget to drop off your donations today and sign up for the shuttle to the Lake Shore Campus picnic.
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.
A back-to-school tradition
Celebrate the first week of classes with free food and music at the Water Tower Campus Block Party.
3 ways to set the world on fire
"There's no time better than right now to be undertaking a Jesuit education." —Wil Haygood
Dr. Rooney's call to action
“What will you do this academic year to make a difference? How will you go to the marginalized...?"
Welcome Week is here
Look at the full schedule of events and join the Loyola community in welcoming students to campus.
New Student Convocation
Participate with faculty and staff in the cheer tunnel and hear from Pulitzer nominee and First-Year Text author Wil Haygood.
Stritch School of Medicine
View photos from the annual White Coat Ceremony.
Welcome Week
Take a look at the full schedule of events for students.
First Class
See photos from Arrupe College’s inaugural Commencement.
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.”
A Rambler welcome
From New Student Convocation to the New Year’s Festival, take a look at the full Welcome Week schedule.
Participate in a focus group
Impact the development of a University-wide climate survey and sign up to join a focus group.
Parking update for Move-In
Next week, the Main Parking Structure will be restricted to students moving onto campus. See “Faculty/Staff Information.”
Onward LU
Celebrate the exciting future of Loyola Athletics.
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.
Congratulations, Class of 2017
Two years ago, Arrupe College opened its doors—and now, students are ready for their next step.
Feast Day of Saint Ignatius
View photos from this year’s celebrations on the Lake Shore and Health Sciences campuses.
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.
News from Human Resources
Read the August update, which includes details on the recent Illinois income tax increase, open enrollment season, and more.
Loyola Receives $6 Million Gift
John and Kathy Schreiber generously gift $6 million for Arrupe students and graduates.
Ignatian Service Days
See moments from this year’s events in the community.
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.
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.
Class of 2021
See how we’re welcoming our incoming class.
New transportation option
Shuttle service is now available from the Forest Park CTA Blue Line station to the Health Sciences Campus.
News from Human Resources
The new EMERGE schedule has been released. Trainings kick off on August 3 with “Collaboration.”
Support our student-athletes
Season tickets for men’s basketball, women's volleyball, and men's and women's soccer are on sale now.
July Staff Stars
Read about this month's five Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Focus on Teaching & Learning
Register for the biannual conference taking place at the Lake Shore Campus next month.
Ignatian Service Days
Faculty and staff volunteered recently in the community.
Celebrate our mission
Gather with colleagues and reflect at on-campus events happening on Friday, July 28.
Father Garanzini's Next Step
Read a message from the chairman and president.
Summer at LUMA
New exhibitions feature Chicago photographers.
Summer Book League
Register and keep track of the pages you read through August 1 to participate in this Loyola Libraries contest.
Feast of Saint Ignatius
This Friday, join the community in celebrating Saint Ignatius at a variety of on-campus celebrations.
July Staff Stars
Read about this month's Commitment to Excellence award winners.
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.
Summer liturgy schedule
Celebrate Mass at Madonna della Strada Chapel.
Executive Education
Attend a Lunch & Learn this month to find out more about upcoming programming and the faculty and staff discount.
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.
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.
Diversity and inclusion
The Executive Council on Diversity and Inclusion is hosting a training series on building an effective leadership team.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Athletics hosts its annual outing next month at The Golf Club of Illinois.
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.
Celebrate our mission
Ignatian Service Days, on-campus celebrations, and donation drives are all happening this month.
Summer at LUMA
New exhibitions feature Chicago photographers.
Bike Commuter Challenge
Sign up and log your rides by the end of the month.
Recognize a colleague
If you know an exceptional staff member, nominate them for Staff Council’s monthly Commitment to Excellence Award.
Technology for the classroom
Instructional Technology and Research Support offers trainings to prepare faculty and staff to use various platforms.
The sights of summer
See Loyola and Chicago in all their warm-weather glory.
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.
Facilitating peace in Colombia
Professor Clifford Shultz, PhD, co-authored a new study examining the effects of the growing fair-trade coffee network.
New Student Orientation
See how we’re welcoming the Class of 2021.
June Staff Stars
Read about this month's Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Promote upcoming events
As your plans solidify for the academic year, submit upcoming events to be highlighted on the University Calendar.
Summer Book League
Register and keep track of the pages you read through August 1 to participate in this Loyola Libraries contest.
The sights of summer
With the official start of the season, we look at Loyola and Chicago in all their warm-weather glory.
Bike Commuter Challenge
Learn about next week’s pit stop and joining Loyola’s team.
Read Loyola online
Check out the magazine website for feature stories, videos, access to past issues, and more.
Alumni Weekend in review
Loyola faculty, staff, and alumni recently reconnected at the Lake Shore Campus.
Anatomy of an M1
Stories from the first year of med school then and now.
Bike Commuter Challenge
Join the Loyola team for the 26th annual citywide Bike Commuter Challenge taking place through June 30.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Tee off at Athletics’ annual outing in August at The Golf Club of Illinois.
Promote upcoming events
As your plans solidify for the academic year, submit upcoming events to be highlighted on the University Calendar.
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>
Research takes flight
Associate professor Sushma Reddy, PhD, discovers new bird species.
Diversity and inclusion
The Executive Council on Diversity and Inclusion is hosting a new training series. June’s topic is supporting diverse learners.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Athletics hosts its annual outing in August at The Golf Club of Illinois.
Stritch School of Medicine
Meet Dean Steve A. N. Goldstein, MD, PhD.
Technology for the classroom
Instructional Technology and Research Support offers trainings to prepare faculty and staff to use various platforms.
Bike Commuter Challenge
Join the Loyola team for the 26th annual citywide Bike Commuter Challenge taking place June 16–30.
Encouraging girls in STEM
Science Sisters Day sparks young girls’ interest in science.
Diversity and inclusion
The Executive Council on Diversity and Inclusion is hosting a new training series. June’s topic is supporting diverse learners.
Alumni Weekend
Join Loyola alumni on Saturday. Faculty and staff can register with discount code LUCSTAFF.
News from Human Resources
Read the June update, which includes details on the “Get Fit” program and Chicago’s annual Bike Commuter Challenge.
Academic Innovation Team
Read this Q&A with team leader Joan Phillips, PhD, about how they’re helping faculty and staff create proposals.
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.
Founders’ Dinner
Cokie Roberts headlines our annual signature fundraising event for student scholarships on Friday, June 9.
Founders’ Dinner
Support student scholarships at this signature fundraising event.
University Staff Council
On Tuesday, May 30, staff members received a link to vote in this year's election. Learn more about the candidates.
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.
Commencement 2017
See photos from the ceremonies, celebrations, and more.
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.
May Staff Stars
Read about this month's Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Alumni Weekend
Join Loyola alumni for the summer's biggest party. Faculty and staff can register with discount code LUCSTAFF.
Pedaling through Chicago
History professor's "Midnight Bike Ride" brings the past to life.
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.
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.
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.
Civic engagement panel
Loyolan joins local students and President Obama for discussion.
News from Human Resources
Learn about the upgrades coming this month to PeopleAdmin, our online talent management application.
Ramblers lead in the classroom
Seven Loyola varsity athletics programs earned perfect Academic Progress Rate scores according to the NCAA.
They did it
Flip through hundreds of photos from last week’s Commencement ceremonies and celebrations.
Rambler sports camps
Campers get to learn from Loyola coaches and athletes.
Ignatian Heritage Book Club
Join the Loyola community in reading and reflecting on <em>The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything</em>.
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.
Congratulations, Class of 2017
Take a look at photos from this week’s Commencement ceremonies and festivities.
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.
Reflecting on the Academic Year
Dr. Rooney looks back on the year, discusses the importance of innovation, and congratulates this year’s graduates.
Class of 2017
Celebrate graduating students at Commencement ceremonies on the Lake Shore Campus beginning this week.
Class of 2017 profiles
A Loyola degree helped these graduates stand out and succeed.
ITS Alert: Major SPAM Outbreak
This week Loyola's e-mail servers received messages from multiple sources containing a form of SPAM/malware.
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.
News from Human Resources
Learn about the upgrades coming later this month to PeopleAdmin, our online talent management application.
Loyola magazine
Flip through the newest issue.
Class of 2017
Celebrate graduating students at Commencement ceremonies beginning next week—and don't forget to volunteer.
Ignatian Contemplation Retreat
Take the time for reflection and renewal May 15–17 at a retreat founded on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Emergency Response Plan. This month's focus is responding to an explosion.
April Staff Stars
Read about April’s five Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Professional development
Join Loyola’s Toastmasters chapter to improve your communication, leadership, and public speaking skills.
Weekend of Excellence
See photos from this year’s celebration.
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.
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.
Ignatian Contemplation Retreat
Sign up for Mission & Identity's retreat, May 15–17.
Faculty Receptions
Drs. Rooney, Pelissero, and Callahan invite faculty to join them at events this spring.
Commencement Volunteers
Be an important part of this year’s ceremonies and celebrate the graduates of the Class of 2017 next month.
Civic Engagement
Next Wednesday, learn about the history of Mexican immigration.
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.
Teach-in on immigration
On Wednesday, join the Loyola community for the final program in a series of discussions on topics of current interest.
Weekend of Excellence 2017
View Dr. Rooney’s video introduction, review the schedule, and browse profiles of some student participants.
The Common Cause Lecture
Cardinal Blase J. Cupich will address our common ground in a time of division.
Maroon and gold and green
As Earth Day approaches, we’re hosting several events to help make the world a greener—and better—place.
Commencement volunteers
Be an important part of this year’s ceremonies and celebrate the graduates of the Class of 2017 beginning May 9.
Living our mission on Good Friday
Volunteer with the Chicago community and support Stations of the Cross and a peace walk through Englewood.
Holy Week is here
Reflect and rejoice at on-campus services throughout the week.
Alumni and Friends Networking Night
Faculty and staff are invited to attend a talk with the deputy director of the Natural Resources Defence Council.
Civic engagement
Attend today’s panel discussion on social movements in the U.S.
Holy Week
Join the Loyola community for liturgies and signature events across the Chicagoland campuses next week.
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.
News from Human Resources
Read the monthly update, which includes information about Total Reward Statements and a new discount with Equinox Fitness.
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.
Alumni Weekend
Register for this year’s event taking place June 10.
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.
Black Lives Matter Conference
Learn more about Saturday's daylong conference.
News from the Information Security Office
This month's information security newsletter focuses on the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
Diversity in the Core Curriculum
Students will have more options to choose from this fall, allowing them to broaden their understanding of the world.
March Staff Stars
Read about this month’s Commitment to Excellence award winners.
Pizza with the President
Learn more about the topics that were discussed.
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.
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.
Plan 2020 Student Innovation Fund
Dr. Rooney has created a fund for student-generated initiatives that advance our collective work.
Weekend of Excellence
Mark your calendars to celebrate student achievements and research on April 20–23.
Martyrs Award
Nominations are due this Friday, March 24.
Safe Space training
Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs is offering workshops on how to support our LGBTQIA community.
Stritch School of Medicine
Steve A. N. Goldstein, MD, PhD, appointed dean.
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.
School of Social Work
Goutham M. Menon, PhD, has been appointed dean of the School of Social Work and joins Loyola on July 1.
School of Law
Michael J. Kaufman, JD, a member of the Loyola law faculty since 1986, has been appointed dean.
A top Peace Corps producer
From Nicaragua to Indonesia, more than a dozen Loyola alumni are serving in the Peace Corps.
Faculty opportunity
Apply for the CHRC Faculty Fellowship by March 21.
Advancement news
Damon W. Cates, EdD, appointed senior vice president.
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.
Supporting students
Participate in an undocumented student ally training.
Recognize a colleague
If you know an exceptional staff member, nominate them for Staff Council’s monthly Commitment to Excellence Award.
Sign up for EMERGE
Expand your knowledge and strengthen your professional skills at several upcoming seminars.
News from Human Resources
All month, Loyola Advantage BCBS PPO members can join the Fitness Program without an enrollment fee or long-term contract.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. This month’s focus is flood safety.
Spring at LUMA
The museum is hosting four special exhibitions this season. Admission is always free for students, faculty, and staff.
News from ITS
An upgrade will be made to the phone system Wednesday night, causing a scheduled outage at the Lake Shore Campus.
Guidelines and Contacts for Our Community
Dr. Rooney shares information on our commitment to undocumented students, as well as University guidelines and contacts.
Climate Change Conference
Register for this year’s conference on March 16-17.
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.
2017 Martyrs Award
Nominate a worthy faith-based organization or individual whose work aligns with our institutional mission.
University resource
Learn about our EthicsLine Reporting Hotline.
Financial Planning Working Groups
Dr. Rooney provides an update on finances, including the creation of five working groups to advise the Budget Review Team.
Ash Wednesday services
Join the Loyola community in celebrating the start of the Lenten season this Wednesday.
Dreamer Committee report
Review the committee’s annual report, as well as a response from Dr. Rooney and Loyola’s provosts.
February Staff Stars
Read about this month’s five Commitment to Excellence award recipients.
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.
Spring at LUMA
Don’t miss the current exhibitions now on display.
Arch Madness 2017
Cheer on the men’s basketball team next month at the annual Missouri Valley Conference tournament.
University Senate
Attend the next meeting, taking place Friday, February 24, at the Lake Shore Campus.
Lenten reflection
Mission and Identity invites faculty and staff to participate in daily reflection on themes from the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius.
Learn about University resources
The annual <em>Loyola Information & Technology Showcase</em> will take place Thursday, February 23, in the Information Commons.
Accommodations near campus
The Hampton Inn-Chicago North/Loyola Station is an option for visitors attending academic and athletic events.
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.
Pizza with the President
Join Dr. Rooney for lunch and Q&A on February 15, 16, and 22.
Dorothy Day Symposium
Attend "Revolution of the Heart," a two-day celebration of Catholic activist Dorothy Day taking place this week.
News from ITS
ITS is updating the Outlook Web Access portal to be more mobile friendly this morning, Monday, February 13.
Recognize a colleague
If you know an outstanding staff member, nominate them for a monthly Commitment to Excellence Award.
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.
Climate Change Conference
Join the Institute of Environmental Sustainability for its fourth annual event taking place March 16-17.
Harassment Prevention Training
Staff and full-time faculty must complete training by February 7.
Pizza with the President
Join University Staff Council for lunch and a Q&A with Dr. Rooney at all three Chicagoland campuses this month.
Faculty and staff training
Learn ways to assist survivors of gender-based violence.
Message from Academic Affairs
Read an update about an Executive Order suspending entry into the U.S. of individuals from seven countries.
American Council on Education letter
Dr. Rooney signs onto a letter sent by the American Council on Education to the Department of Homeland Security.
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.
Our Commitment to Diversity
Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, reinforces that the Loyola community is made stronger because of its diversity.
Sign up for EMERGE
Expand and strengthen your professional skills.
Tuition information update
Read Dr. Rooney’s letter about tuition for the 2017-18 academic year and the University's financial health.
Go Move Challenge
Participate in this fitness competition against other institutions from the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities.
Reminder from Payroll Services
W-2 statements will be mailed no later than Tuesday, January 31. Find out more on the Financial Services blog.
News from Human Resources
Learn about the Form 1095-C and elect to receive your statement electronically by February 1.
Harassment Prevention Training
Staff and full-time faculty members must complete the training program by Tuesday, February 7.
January Staff Stars
Read about the January Commitment to Excellence award winners.
News from ITS
On Wednesday, January 25, Information Technology Services will conduct network maintenance at 6 a.m.
Harassment Prevention Training
Staff and full-time faculty must complete training by February 7.
Student Development’s Excellence Awards
Nominate deserving students, faculty, and staff to be recognized during this year’s Weekend of Excellence.
Annual MLK Celebration
Attend award-winning journalist Marc Lamont Hill’s keynote addresses on the lakeside campuses on Wednesday.
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.
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.
Harassment Prevention Training
Staff and full-time faculty can now access the compulsory training program provided by Workplace Answers.
University Senate
Attend next week’s meeting at the Lake Shore 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.
News from ITS
An update will take place tomorrow affecting the “LUC” wireless network at the Water Tower Campus.
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.
Annual MLK Jr. Celebration
Attend events honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., including two keynote addresses by Marc Lamont Hill.
The year in photos
From small moments to large events, we look back at our favorite images of the past 12 months.
LUMA's annual tradition
Visit the crèche exhibition before it closes this weekend.
Harassment Prevention Training
Learn about this required training for full-time faculty and full- and part-time staff launching on January 10, 2017.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Register for the biannual conference taking place at the Water Tower Campus next week.
Take time to reflect
Register for the Inner-Mission Employee Retreat.
News from Payroll Services
As the end of the year approaches, keep in mind the following important reminders.
Christmas closing
As a reminder, the University will be closed the entire week following Christmas, December 26-30.
‘O Holy Night’
Hear a stirring duet of this Christmas classic—plus see the University decked out for the holidays.
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.
Harassment Prevention Training
Learn about this required training for full-time faculty and full- and part-time staff launching on January 10, 2017.
December Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence December award winners.
Take time to reflect
Register for the Inner-Mission Employee Retreat.
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.
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.
Harassment Prevention Training
Learn about this required training launching in January.
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.
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.
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.
You’re Invited
Enjoy food and drink while mingling with fellow Loyolans under the Christmas tree in the Damen Student Center.
Ignatian Heritage Month
Celebrate St. Ignatius's legacy and participate in events throughout November.
Holiday happenings
Enjoy Christmastime on campus and around the city.
News from the Information Security Office
Read the latest newsletter, which includes information on avoiding phishing scams.
Kronos upgrade and downtime
Financial Services and ITS will be upgrading the Kronos system December 6 and 7.
Annual Staff Awards
See who was honored at this year’s Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards ceremony.
Statements of Support
Dr. Rooney joins AJCU presidents and other leaders to show support for undocumented students.
Celebrating Stritch
The 66th Annual Awards Dinner celebrated the school’s commitment to educating the next generation of physicians.
Sign up for Loyola Alert
Campus Safety will test the Loyola Alert system on Friday. Register today or login to verify your contact information.
Christmas tree lighting
Kick off the Christmas season with the annual tree lighting celebration in the Damen Student Center.
Go green for the holidays
Spread Christmas cheer with these Loyola e-cards.
Sign up for Loyola Alert
Campus Safety will test the Loyola Alert system during the week of November 28. Click through to register.
News from Human Resources
The medical information release and spousal/LDA health insurance surcharge waiver are due Wednesday, November 30.
November Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence November award winners.
Giving Tuesday is November 29
Learn how you can give the gift of education to students.
Open Enrollment is closing
Monday is the last day to make changes to your benefits.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with how to respond to an active shooter situation and the role of Campus Safety and law enforcement partners.
Recommend a book for first-year students
Don’t forget to submit your recommendation for the 2017 First-Year Text by Monday, December 5.
NCAA report
Loyola ties with Harvard for top athlete graduation rate.
Cheer on the Ramblers
The men’s soccer team hosts an NCAA tournament match against UIC today.
Open Enrollment reminder
Don’t forget to enroll or change your benefit options for next year. The deadline is Monday, November 21.
Presidential Inauguration
Read about the installation of Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, as Loyola’s 24th president.
Managing election stress
Learn about resources available to students and tools for faculty and staff following the election season.
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.
The Martyrs Award
On Wednesday, the University will present the Martyrs Award and host the annual Memorial Mass after the ceremony.
Sounds of the season
Purchase your tickets for Joyola! and Lessons and Carols.
News from Student Academic Services
Attend a software demo on a tool that can be used when students exhibit behaviors calling for personalized services.
President’s Medallion winners
Read about this year’s recipients and their outstanding leadership, scholarship, and service.
It’s On Us
Next week, take the pledge to help prevent sexual violence.
Staff awards ceremony
Celebrate outstanding work done by colleagues at next week’s Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards Ceremony.
Open Enrollment
Learn about flu shots, upcoming screenings, and benefit options.
The Public Voices Greenhouse
Faculty members are invited to apply for an innovative program to position themselves as thought leaders in their chosen fields.
Historic celebration
Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, is officially installed as Loyola’s 24th president.
Presidential Inauguration
Learn about Friday’s events, live streams, and viewing locations at the Water Tower and Health Sciences campuses.
Hunger Week 2016
Help educate, advocate, and raise money to end hunger at a series of events that begin Monday.
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.
News from Human Resources
Open Enrollment is now open. Read about benefit options and how to save on your health insurance premium.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola's Incident Response Awareness plans. October's focus is fire safety.
Presidential Inauguration
Learn more about the details of Friday’s events.
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.
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.
News from Human Resources
Open enrollment begins Tuesday. Learn about benefit options and how to save on your health insurance premium.
Our shared responsibility
Read about support services available to students.
A Community of Caring
Read the message students received last week regarding gender-based violence prevention efforts and resources.
October Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence October award winners.
Presidential Inauguration
Register for events taking place on Friday, November 4.
Faculty reception
Join Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, president, and John Pelissero, PhD, provost, at the second lakeside event.
Discuss digital ethics
Registration is open for the annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics, featuring keynote speaker Lilie Chouliaraki.
Voices of Hiroshima
The Loyola community is invited to a presentation by Takashi Teramoto, survivor of the Hiroshima atomic bombing.
Health Days
Benefits fairs begin this week. Biometric screenings, vendor activities, and more will be available on campus.
Loyola Gives 2016
This winter, help families through our annual program.
Rambler Madness is here
Show your Rambler pride and celebrate the 2016–17 Loyola Ramblers basketball season tonight in Gentile Arena.
Presidential Inauguration
Register for events taking place on Friday, November 4.
Faculty reception
Join Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, president, and John Pelissero, PhD, provost, at the first of two lakeside events.
Jesuits elect Superior General
Loyolans praise the new leader of the Society of Jesus, Father Arturo Sosa Abascal, S.J.
Recognize your colleagues
Nominations are now open for the annual Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards.
Annual Tip-Off Luncheon
A limited number of tickets are available for Athletics' event next week at the Water Tower Campus.
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.
New immersion experience
Students explore Washington, D.C. in new program.
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.
University Senate
The Loyola community is invited to attend Senate meetings, including Friday’s at the Health Sciences Campus.
Urban history conference
Loyola will host 650 urban historians, scholars, and authors at the Urban History Association’s biennial conference this week.
News from the Information Security Office
Read this month’s information security newsletter, which includes safety tips when using social media.
Teacher, mentor, researcher
Psychology professor Noni Gaylord-Harden, PhD, is all three and the recipient of the Ignatius Loyola Award.
Tip-Off Luncheon
Celebrate the start of the basketball season.
Health Sciences Campus news
Health Sciences Division faculty and staff are invited to a town hall on Wednesday, October 12.
Presidential Inauguration
Register for events celebrating the Inauguration of Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, on November 4.
Converge registration open
Learn about the College of Arts and Sciences’s upcoming event and share with your alumni contacts.
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.
Framing Justice
Attend a two-day, visual arts and dance symposium.
FACHEX Program
Learn about tuition benefits for dependents at Jesuit colleges and universities across the U.S.
Update from Arrupe College
One year later, read about how students are thriving.
Fall reading
Register to join this fall’s Mission Book Club and read <em>Just Mercy</em> by Bryan Stevenson.
September Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence September award winners.
Organizational Announcement
Last week, Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, announced leadership and organizational changes to the Loyola community.
Save the date
Health Days Benefit Fairs and Open Enrollment coming soon.
Much more than a researcher
Read about microbiologist Tom Gallagher, PhD, the Graduate Faculty Member of the Year.
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.
News from ITS
Become familiar with the updates to the University's Wi-Fi network options on campus.
Fall at LUMA
The museum’s new exhibitions explore power and forgiveness. Admission is free for students, faculty, and staff.
Converge
Hear from fellow faculty members and reconnect with students at this College of Arts and Sciences alumni event next month.
Presidential Inauguration
Missioning Mass and Installation Ceremony scheduled for November 4.
New Student Convocation
Bryan Stevenson urges students to help change the world.
My Dream Act
Join in a migrant's journey of struggles, hopes, and dreams for a better future through this first-person play.
Hank Center symposium
Starting Wednesday, "Citizenship, Public Service, and the Common Good" will explore issues facing voters this year.
Sierra Club ranking
Loyola named seventh greenest college in America.
Cuneo Mansion and Gardens
Get a sneak peek of the ongoing restoration projects.
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.
Ranking news
Loyola again ranks in the top 100 list by <em>U.S. News</em>.
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.
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.
Sign up for the SEEL Retreat
Reflect and grow at this year’s Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life Retreat.
Hank Center symposium
"Citizenship, Public Service, and the Common Good" will explore many issues relevant to this election season.
Tour Cuneo Mansion and Gardens
Head to Vernon Hills for a look at ongoing restoration projects, self-guided tours, and lectures.
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.
Sign up for EMERGE
Expand and strengthen your professional skills.
Get a new headshot
University Marketing and Communication is hosting portrait sessions Friday, September 9. Schedule your session today.
Study Abroad panel
This week, U.S. Ambassador Caroline Kennedy and others will discuss ways students can access global opportunities.
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.
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.
Welcome New Students
Dr. Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, invites the Loyola community to participate in this year's Welcome Week events.
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.
Participate in Student Convocation
Join faculty and staff in celebrating the beginning of the school year during the annual cheer tunnel and Convocation.
Annual White Coat Ceremony
Read a recap and view photos from the Stritch School of Medicine’s annual event at the Health Sciences Campus.
August Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence August award winners.
Welcome Week
Take a look at the full schedule of events for students.
Parking update for Move-In
This week, the Main Parking Structure will be restricted to students moving onto campus. See “Faculty/Staff Information.”
Convocation Walk
Join your colleagues in celebrating our newest students at the annual event Friday afternoon.
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.
Martyrs Award
Nominate a faith-based organization or individual.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Register now for the August 18 conference focused on “Faculty as Learners.”
Serve as a staff leader
Campus Ministry is hosting info sessions this month.
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.
Welcome the Class of 2020
Residence Life is looking for faculty and staff to assist students and families during Move-In this month.
Feast of Saint Ignatius
View photos from this year's Mass and picnic.
Focus on Teaching & Learning Conference
Register for the August 18 discussion on “Faculty as Learners: A Lens for Building Teaching and Learning Strategies."
Martyrs Award nominations
Nominations of a worthy faith-based organization or individual are due Friday, August 12.
Welcome, Dr. Rooney
Ramblers welcome Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD.
Service Days in review
Take a look at photos from last month’s Ignatian Service Days with faculty and staff.
Martyrs Award
Nominate a worthy faith-based organization or individual for consideration by August 12.
Culinary Classes and Events
Check out the summer schedule at the Retreat & Ecology Campus.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Athletics hosts its annual outing at Harborside International Golf Center this month. Registration closes on Friday.
Sign up for EMERGE
Expand your knowledge and strengthen your professional skills. View the latest program schedule.
Welcome, Dr. Rooney
Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, takes over as the 24th president of Loyola University Chicago.
Farmers Market
Shop local at the Loyola Plaza every Monday afternoon.
July Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence July award winners.
Feast of Saint Ignatius
Attend the annual Mass and picnic tomorrow.
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.
July Staff Stars
Learn more about the Commitment to Excellence July award winners.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Athletics hosts its annual outing next month at Harborside International Golf Center.
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.
Sign up for EMERGE
Expand and strengthen your professional skills.
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.
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.
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.
Framing Justice
In October, explore the meanings of social injustice as it informed the content and execution of visual arts and dance.
Farmers Market
Shop local at the Loyola Plaza every Monday afternoon.
First-Year Text: Just Mercy
Learn more about the book first-year students are reading before stepping onto campus this fall.
Visit LUMA’s current exhibitions
Check out the three exhibitions on view at LUMA before they close Saturday, July 23.
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.
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.
The sights of summer
See Loyola and Chicago in all their warm-weather glory.
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.
Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing
Athletics hosts its annual outing this August at Harborside International Golf Center.
Ignatian Service Day
Volunteer at one of this year’s service sites.
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.
Support first-year students
Rambler Connection is designed to aid students in their transition to college life.
Farmers Market
Shop local at the Loyola Plaza every Monday afternoon.
Fiscal year deadlines
The 2016 fiscal year ends this month. Check out Finance’s list of approaching deadlines.
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 Days
Join your colleagues and volunteer at one of this year’s service sites next month. Registration is now open.
Celebrate staff excellence
Attend this year’s Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, November 28.
Open Enrollment deadline
The Open Enrollment period closes this Wednesday, November 21. Make your 2019 benefit elections now.
Loyola’s Jesuit identity
During Ignatian Heritage Month, take time to reflect on and discuss the Mission Priority Examen questions.
Giving Tuesday
Support the next generation of Loyola students on November 27.
Giving Tuesday
Help give the gift of education to the next generation of Loyola students. Make a donation.
Celebrate Loyola’s staff
This Wednesday, honor colleagues at the annual Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards Ceremony.
68th Annual Stritch Dinner
On November 17, the Stritch School of Medicine and supporters gathered to raise funds for scholarships.
Spread holiday cheer
Share the spirit of the season with Loyola’s signature cards.
Mission in action
Read these profiles of Loyola community members who are living out their faith and the University mission.
Christmas tree lighting
Kick off the holiday season at the annual tree lighting event this evening in the Damen Student Center.
Wellness incentive reminder
Be sure to complete your Health Power Assessment and/or off-site biometric screening by December 7.
Join the festivities
Celebrate the holidays with colleagues at the annual Christmas Reception.
Explore, discern, affirm
Participate in the Inner-Mission Employee Retreat and reflect on your personal purpose.
Christmas tree lighting
With ice skating, chocolate fountains, and a visit from Santa, see how the Damen Student Center began the holidays.
New University appointment
Meet Jeanne Colleran, PhD, the new acting vice president for Advancement.
Help recognize student excellence
Nominate a Loyola student for the Gannon Center’s Undergraduate Women’s Leadership Award.
Faculty and staff appreciation day
December 16 is faculty and staff appreciation day at Gentile. Claim your free basketball tickets using code LUCFS.
Christmas closure
The University will close the entire week of Christmas, December 24–28, and reopen on January 2.
Spread holiday cheer
Order your Loyola Christmas cards, and share the joyful spirit of the season.
FACHEX program
The application deadline for this reciprocal tuition benefit is approaching.
Christmas at Arrupe
Flip through photos from Arrupe’s annual tree-trimming and Christmas festivities.
News from Human Resources
December’s update includes information about the Christmas Reception and end-of-year benefits reminders.
Faculty and staff appreciation day
This Sunday is faculty and staff appreciation day at Gentile Arena. Claim your free basketball tickets using code LUCFS.
Vote for Sister Jean
WGN is looking back at Chicago’s top stories of 2018, and Sister Jean is in the running.
Annual MLK Celebration
Check out January’s events honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Christmas Reception
Celebrate the season at Loyola’s Christmas reception. Enjoy food and festivities with colleagues at Lake Shore Campus.
Updates from Accounts Payable
Read about important process changes and reminders for payment requests and banking details verification.
Recognize, assess, and plan
The updated Annual Staff Performance Evaluation form is available for staff members and their managers.
Wintrust’s Mural Building
This month, Arrupe celebrates the city’s talent along the Kennedy Expressway.
Awareness, advocacy, and action
Check out next month’s schedule of University-wide events honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Serving the city
In some of Chicago’s most recognizable locations, Loyola alumni are making an impact.
Christmas on campus
Be a part of the annual tradition, and attend Midnight Mass at Madonna della Strada Chapel on Christmas Eve.
Sharing Gifts with the World
Dr. Rooney shares holiday wishes and reflects on the gifts we bring to our campus and beyond.
A message to the Loyola community
On Monday, Dr. Rooney responded to the Midwest Jesuits’ release of names of those with established allegations of abuse.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola’s Emergency Response Plan. The December focus is winter storms.
Winter at Loyola
See the beauty of the holiday season on campus.
Focus on Teaching and Learning
Register for the biannual conference taking place at the Water Tower Campus next week.
The year in photos
Relive 2018 at Loyola with snapshots of campus life, March Madness, Commencement, and the holidays.
Future Leaders Program
Encourage your students to explore new career paths and be a part of the next generation of women leaders.
Get involved
See the list of organizations the University is partnering with, and sign up to serve during the MLK Celebration Service Days.
Moments to remember
From the Final Four to STEM standouts, relive the top 11 moments of 2018 at Loyola.
News from Human Resources
Read the January update for information about MLK Celebration, wellness incentives, and Go Move Challenge.
Reimagine student success
Attend the second annual Student Support Services Conference on February 8, at the Lake Shore Campus.
Professional development
Attend a two-day project management course hosted by the Quinlan School of Business.
Annual MLK Celebration
Attend events honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., including keynote addresses by Broderick Johnson.
2019 Wellness Program
Learn how you can earn quarterly Wellness Rewards while working to achieve important health goals.
Reconnect and renew
Explore LUREC’s faculty and staff retreat offerings for personal growth and professional development.
Last call for Crèche
Visit LUMA before the annual, holiday exhibition closes this weekend.
Go Move Challenge
Participate in this year’s challenge, as Loyola competes with 23 Jesuit institutions.
Faith that does justice
Read about the Sunday ministry of Father Peter Breslin, S.J., and his work with the inmates of Lake County Jail.
News from Human Resources
This update includes information about the new paid parental leave and KinderCare discount.
New University appointment
Lorna Finnegan has been appointed dean of the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing.
2018 year-end reminders
Read this message from Finance with important reminders about tax documents and reviewing personal information.
Taking Time to Listen
Dr. Rooney opened the semester by reflecting on what a blessing it is to be part of the Loyola community.
News from the Information Security Office
The latest newsletter contains helpful information on recognizing the signs of hacking and how to respond.
Celebrating girls and women in sports
Loyola is hosting a free athletics clinic for grade school children.
Sustainable education
Micah Zaker (BSED ‘18) is bringing his passion for protecting the environment to Chicago’s classrooms.
Reminder from Payroll Services
Receive your W-2 statement online through Employee Self-service, and send the form with your tax return.
Nominate an awardee
Submit your nominations, and recognize outstanding students at the 2019 Weekend of Excellence.
The art of cooking
Sign up for an upcoming culinary course or event at LUREC.
A life of service
Meet the MLK Celebration keynote, Broderick Johnson, an alum of the Obama administration and Jesuit education.
Library speaker series
On February 5, Loyola Professor Elliott J. Gorn will discuss his book, <i>Let the People See: The Story of Emmett Till</i>.
Preparation is key
Familiarize yourself with Loyola’s Emergency Response Plan. January’s focus is utility failure.
Go Move Challenge
Stay active this February, and compete against other AJCU institutions.
Tuition information update
Read about tuition for the 2019-20 academic year.
Awarding excellence
Nominate exceptional Loyola students to be recognized during the 2019 Weekend of Excellence.
Thank You for Your Dedication
Dr. Rooney shared her gratitude for those who kept the University community safe during the extreme cold.
Getting ready to retire?
Attend an in-person Transamerica group meeting to review key considerations before retiring.
Sign up for EMERGE
Participate in this spring’s personal and professional development offerings.
ITS launches new Service Portal
Make tech requests like granting shared e-mail or drive access, booking classroom support, or setting up a phone.
Update on provost search
Dr. Rooney shared an update on the provost and dean searches with the University community.
Understanding the gap
Dr. David Ansell drew from personal experience and research to explore common health and racial disparities.
Pizza with the President
Join Dr. Rooney for lunch, Q&A, and University updates on all Chicagoland campuses next week.
Speaking at the Obama Summit
Emily Nordquist (BBA ‘16, MBA ‘18) spoke about the necessity of financial literacy for women in Chicago.
Information and Technology Showcase
Learn about resources at Loyola during breakout sessions and tables. Enjoy free lunch and raffle prizes.
Mission Priority Examen
Participate in Tuesday’s open forum, and reflect on the University’s mission and identity.
Office for Equity and Compliance
The office will develop a framework to manage investigations into equity, Title IX, and conduct-related matters.
News from Human Resources
Read the February update which includes information about benefits savings and personal and professional growth.
Executive and Professional Education Center
Loyola’s Executive Education program has a new name that reflects the value it brings to today’s workforce.
Pizza with the President
Join Dr. Rooney for lunch and Q&A on February 14 and 15.
A window to the world
With the prestigious Pickering Fellowship, Trisha Camara (BA ‘19) is blazing an international trail.
Sign up for Loyola Alert
Receive time-sensitive alerts from Campus Safety in the event of an emergency. Register or verify your contact information.
Mission Lenten daily reflection
Loyola’s Mission Integration Office invites you to refocus, reflect, and pray during the holy season of Lent.
Faculty and staff night
Use promo code “Loyola” for two free tickets to the women’s basketball game on Friday.
Spring at LUMA
The museum is showcasing exciting exhibitions this season. Admission is free for students, faculty, and staff.
Faculty Receptions
The University president and interim provost invite faculty to join them at events on all Chicagoland campuses.
Vehicle Violations Appeals Board
Campus Transportation is seeking Loyola community members to serve as board members.
EMERGE
Check out the latest personal and professional development offerings.
2019 Martyrs Award
Nominate a faith-based organization or person whose work and commitment to service aligns with Loyola’s mission.
Preparation is key
Learn more about the University’s Incident Response Awareness plans. February’s focus is natural disasters.
Arch Madness kickoff reception
Cheer on the men’s basketball team as they defend their Missouri Valley Conference Tournament title.
Committed to better care
With Robert and Elizabeth Parkinson's lead gift, Loyola expands its work educating men and women for others.
Crowdfunding at Loyola
Support School of Law students as they help detained immigrants in the U.S. court system.
Listening Sessions
RSVP for one of these upcoming events, and dialogue about diversity, inclusion, and equity experiences at the University.
Mission Lenten daily reflection
Refocus, reflect, and pray during the holy season of Lent with this offering from Loyola’s Mission Integration Office.
Women’s History Month
March is Women’s History Month. Check out the schedule of events happening at the University.
New University appointment
Janet Sisler has been named vice president for mission integration.
St. Louis calling
Ahead of this year’s Arch Madness run, take a look back at the 2018-19 men’s basketball season.
Martyrs Award nominations
Nominate a faith-based organization or individual whose work aligns with Loyola’s mission.
IP Works podcast
Built on the Jesuit foundations of <i>magis</i> and <i>cura personalis</i>, check out the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy’s podcast.
Lent at Loyola
Mark this season of prayer, fasting, and works of mercy at these University events.
Find your inner athlete
Dave Vitel, assistant athletics director, helps keep the Ramblers in shape, and he has some tips on getting started.
News from Human Resources
Read the March update for information about housing and wellness benefits and upcoming Listening Sessions.
ITS newsletter
The latest project management issue contains helpful insights on project health and status reporting.
Women’s History Month
Check out events celebrating the contributions of women today and throughout history.
The next chapter in cancer research
With research on CAR T-cells, learn how Loyola is on the cutting edge of cancer treatment.
Expanded library privileges
Loyola students, faculty, and staff can now utilize the facilities and collections of other academic libraries.
Appear in Inside Loyola
Promote important events and exciting information in the University’s one-stop source for news and updates.
Winter on campus
As spring begins, take a look back at the season's cold and snowy days.
Match Day 2019
Relive the celebration for the Stritch School of Medicine graduates, and learn where they are headed.
Celebrate faculty scholarship
Enjoy refreshments and conversation and celebrate colleagues’ academic, creative, and professional achievements.
Share your University events
Promote upcoming campus events to the Loyola community by submitting them to the University Calendar.
Flash Forward
Take a guided tour of LUMA’s spring photography exhibition.
Onward LU
After another record-breaking season, the Loyola men’s basketball team is looking ahead to a bright future.
New University appointment
Meet the new dean of the School of Education, Malik S. Henfield, PhD, who will join the University community on July 1.
Lake Shore Campus headshots
On April 9, Loyola faculty and staff on the Lake Shore Campus are invited to have their headshots taken.
Celebration of Faculty Scholarship
Enjoy an evening with colleagues at this annual event.
Moving the city forward
In business, politics, and education, the University’s alumni are helping to make Chicago “the City that works.”
School of Ed Talks
Secure your seat for the second series of inspiring presentations from Loyola’s School of Education faculty.
Commencement volunteers
Sign up and be an important part of the Class of 2019’s graduation ceremonies.
Wolf and Kettle Day
Celebrate the generosity of our donors this Wednesday, March 27.
Practicing happiness
Loyola experts in neuroscience, psychology, and faith have some advice on happiness—and the research to back it up.
New University appointment
Hong Cheng, PhD, has been named the dean of the School of Communication.
The paradox of colorblind racism
Join the Loyola community for an illuminating talk on the concept of colorblind racism with alumna Meghan Burke, PhD.
Martyrs Award 2019
Nominate a faith-based organization or individual by Friday, March 29.
Celebrate the 2018-19 season
Get tickets to the annual men’s basketball postseason banquet.
Memorial Shakespeare Celebration
Explore the role of dance in Shakespeare’s plays with Loyola’s English department.
Responding to a changing climate
The Institute of Environmental Sustainability has launched a new graduate program, beginning in the fall of 2019.
Catholicism in America
Join Cardinal Cupich and other panelists for an evening of discussion about the future of the Church.
Volunteer for Commencement
Be an important part of this year’s ceremonies and celebrate the graduates of the Class of 2019.
Weekend of Excellence
Join Loyola’s annual celebration of student scholarship, April 11-14. Take a look at this year’s schedule of events.
News from Human Resources
The April update includes information on the 2018 Total Rewards Statement, the housing benefit, and virtual doctor visits.
ACE Fellowship
The American Council on Education named Dr. Manning, assistant provost of academic diversity, an ACE Fellow.
National Libraries Week
Celebrate the vital role of University Libraries in the Loyola community.
Holy Week
Join the University community in prayer and celebration at services and events at Madonna della Strada Chapel.
Men and women for others
Loyola is a top producer of Peace Corps volunteers, ranking tenth among medium-sized institutions for 2018.
ITS augments switchboard service
The new telephone service will assist during peak calling times and with routing off-hours calls.
Commencement volunteers
Be a part of this year’s ceremony, and celebrate the Class of 2019.
Mission priorities
Dr. Rooney and the President’s Cabinet shared an update on Loyola’s Mission Priority Self-Study.
Loyola Digital Experience
Learn more about the University's next technology strategy and initial projects.
Iron Rambler
Compete for the title of Iron Rambler. Test your strength, speed, agility, and endurance.
Standout students
Meet some of the Ramblers who are defining undergraduate research.
Blossoms of hope
Dr. Rooney wishes the Loyola community peace, health, and renewal during the holiest of weeks.
Total Rewards Benefit
A summary of your salary and benefits as of December 31, 2018, is now available online.
Commencement volunteers
Volunteers are still needed for ceremonies on Thursday, May 9, and Saturday, May 11.
Easter celebration
Join the Loyola community for Mass at Madonna della Strada Chapel on Sunday morning.
Earth Day
Check out the events Loyola is offering on April 22 and beyond.
Advocating for parents and children
In the School of Law, a student-run hotline provides real-world advocacy experience.
University Senate
On Friday, April 26, attend the University Senate’s last session of the 2018-19 year.
Sakai 12 upgrade
Loyola will be upgrading to Sakai 12 on Friday, May 10, in time for the start of early summer sessions.
Local eating
With a focus on locally-sourced foods, Loyola’s sustainability efforts benefit the environment and communities.
A selfless act
While on their way to a competition in northwest Illinois, Loyola’s mock trial team became unexpected heroes.
Spiritual renewal
Reflect, connect, and renew during this year’s Ignatian Contemplation Retreat, May 21-23.
Meet, greet, and explore LUREC
At this wine and cheese event, learn about the work happening in Woodstock.
A change in LUMA’s focus
As LUMA’s scope changes, it will continue to support academic enterprise through its collections, exhibitions, and programs.
Sharing in her own words
Anna Wassman (BBA ‘18) took her experience with cancer to social media in the hope of changing others’ lives.
Appear in Inside Loyola
Promote important events and share exciting information in the University’s one-stop source for news.
2019 speakers
Check out this year’s list of Commencement speakers.
News from Human Resources
The May update has information about Cubs community night and personal and professional development opportunities.
Sakai 12 upgrade
The University will be upgrading to Sakai 12 on Friday, May 10, in time for the start of early summer sessions.
Loyola serves
From L.A. to Washington, DC, Loyola alumni volunteered at the annual National Jesuit Alumni Day of Service.
Class of 2019
Celebrate graduating students at Commencement ceremonies this week.
From the desk of President Rooney
In her first monthly message, Dr. Rooney shares her recent reads and highlights exciting programs and events on campus.
Alumni success
See how a Loyola education is helping these Class of 2019 College of Arts and Sciences graduates stand out.
Athletic camps
Check out the schedule of summer sessions, and see which experience might be best for your camper.
May headshots
This month’s Water Tower Campus headshots are scheduled for May 17.
An early start to eating right
Loyola’s School-Based Health Center provides students with a free, healthy lunch and nutrition education.
Explore, discern, affirm
Reflect on your personal mission and its connection to Loyola’s mission June 6-7 at the Inner-Mission Employee Retreat.
Listening Sessions update
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion provided a status update and shared plans for next steps.
I'm Here for You training
Learn how to assist students who experience gender-based violence.
Loyola’s Class of 2019
From crossing the stage to the tossing of caps, relive this year’s festivities with our Commencement gallery.
Total Rewards Benefits
Review a summary of your salary and benefits as of December 31, 2018, available online.
Summer parking construction
Fordham Garage is closed for maintenance, and the elevators in the Main Parking Structure are being replaced.
Ignatian Contemplation Retreat
Take time for self-reflection and spiritual renewal May 21-23.
Another new beginning
After Arrupe, Asya Meadows continued her journey at Loyola where she graduated as a member of the Class of 2019.
Sakai upgrade
Version 12 brings a new layout and improvements to mobile device performance and accessibility.
Save the date
Athletics hosts its 34th Annual Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing on Friday, August 2.
Caps of Commencement
Check out some of the best grad caps from the Class of 2019.
Inspired by research
Gustavo Garcia (BBA ‘19) was inspired by a Quinlan marketing class to embark on a new career path.
Loyola supports the Dream Act
President Rooney encouraged the University community to advocate on behalf of students in support of this legislation.
Cubs community night
On Wednesday, September 18, the Cubs are taking on the Cincinnati Reds and celebrating the Loyola community.
Reflect and connect
Take time for yourself at the Inner-Mission Employee Retreat.
News from ITS
Learn about upcoming technology enhancements like multi-factor authentication and an upgrade to Windows 10.
The defenders
Meet the students who spent spring break providing legal assistance to immigrants facing deportation.
Arrupe abroad
Through a partnership with IES Abroad, 10 Arrupe students had the opportunity to follow the route of St. Ignatius in Spain.
Farmers Market
Shop local at the Loyola Plaza every Monday, beginning June 3.
Tour the market
This season, shop local and sustainable at the University’s Farmers Market on Loyola Plaza.
Secure your online presence
ITS is hosting info sessions June 6, 13, and 19 on updated multi-factor authentication services.
Highlight your events
Submit your upcoming campus events to the University calendar and promote them to the Loyola community.
Rambler sports camps
Campers will learn from Loyola coaches and athletes.
Time for celebration
From Commencement to Arrupe night, catch up on the big and small moments that happened in May.
From the desk of President Rooney
In June’s newsletter, Dr. Rooney highlights exciting Loyola programs and exceptional alumni.
Appear in Inside Loyola
Promote important events and information in the University’s one-stop source for news.
IPS announcement
After seven years with the Institute of Pastoral Studies, Dean Brian Schmisek is moving on to SMUMN.
News from Human Resources
The June update has information about wellness benefits and professional development opportunities.
Jeopardy! All-Star
Pam Mueller (BS '02) recounts her journey from Loyola student to game show champion to researcher.
Bike Commuter Challenge
Join the Loyola team and bike to work from June 14-28.
EMERGE
Check out some of this summer’s professional development opportunities.
Dance as a weapon for change
Sandra Kaufmann, the founding director of Loyola’s dance program, teaches how to make a statement without words.
Information security improvements
Loyola will begin moving some of its documents and forms that include sensitive data to a more secure location.
Fiscal year deadlines
As the end of the 2019 fiscal year approaches, review Financial Services’ list of approaching deadlines.
Summer liturgy
Check out the summer Mass schedule, and worship at Madonna Della Strada Chapel this season.
Art fosters education
From required courses to projects and extracurriculars, art is woven into the Arrupe student experience.
Heritage month recognition
Highlight your Loyola events and actions that recognize heritage months with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Golf with the Ramblers
Be a part of Athletics’ 34th annual golf event.
Through the photographer’s lens
Assistant Professor Noritaka Minami uses his camera to create contemporary art and critically examine society.
Fiscal year deadlines
As the fiscal year closes, become familiar with approaching deadlines with this list from Financial Services.
Navigating life with humor
At the inaugural Q Talks: Live!, this business ethics professor shared his research on humor and its importance.
Cubs Community Night
Show your Loyola pride at Wrigley on September 18.
Save the date
Join Loyola’s student athletes, alumni, colleagues, and friends on the course and support the Ramblers.
News from ITS
Learn about the continued Exchange Online migration as well as new password and data protection initiatives.
Defending the freedom of the press
Sanjuana Martinez spoke to students about social justice in journalism and her commitment to truth.
Tour the Farmers Market
Shop local at the Loyola Plaza every Monday, 4-8 p.m.
Feast of St. Ignatius
Attend the annual Mass and picnic on Wednesday, July 31.
The healing arts
At the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center, a paintbrush and canvas aid patients in their recovery process.
Culinary events at LUREC
See the schedule of upcoming cooking classes and events at Loyola’s Retreat and Ecology Campus.
July headshots
Next month’s Water Tower Campus headshots are scheduled for Friday, July 12.
Ignatian Service Days 2019
Join your colleagues, and give back to the Chicagoland community. Register for events in July or August.
Summer on the Plaza
Every Wednesday and Friday from 5-7 p.m. until September 27, head to Loyola Plaza for music, food, and family fun.
Spring break in Iraq
Cliff Shultz, PhD, reflects on his travels to Iraq and being a part of the conversation about rebuilding in the aftermath of war.
Holiday closure
The University is closed July 4 and 5 for Independence Day.
IP Works podcast
Professor Hidding shares how and why Ignatian Pedagogy is used in the classroom at Quinlan.
Appear in Inside Loyola
Promote important events and exciting information in the University’s one-stop source for news and updates.
The business of ballet
In class, Jessica Pedroza (BBA ‘19) paired her studies with the world of ballet she had left behind.
Ramblers season tickets
Reserve your seat in Gentile with your faculty and staff discount.
Summer on the Plaza
Enjoy music, food, and fun Wednesday and Friday evenings this season.
Radio days
From Loyola’s WLUW to WGN, Tom Hush (BASC ‘16) knows how to make waves on and off the air.
Pop-Up Library
Head to the 4th floor of the Information Commons from 3-5 p.m. on July 12, 19, and 26 for popcorn and a great book.
Focus on Teaching and Learning
Collaborate with colleagues on best practices in education at Loyola’s biannual conference in August.
Ramblers golf outing
Register for Athletics’ annual event taking place next month.
Ignatian Service Days
Sign up and give back to the Chicagoland community with colleagues from across the University.
Commitment to sustainability
Recognized for the green design of the Alfie, Loyola was named the 2019 USG NACDA Sustainability Award Winner.
Breaking ground
Three Loyola professors contributed their revolutionary research to the <i>Handbook of Research on Gender and Marketing</i>.
Where art meets medicine
Cheyanne Silver (MD ‘19) turned to painting to help process stress and burnout in the medical community.
Volunteer for Move-In
Be a part of the Class of 2023’s first days on campus. Sign up to welcome Loyola’s new and returning Ramblers.
News from Human Resources
Read the July update for information on Form I-9 training, the <i>Blue365</i> program, and beneficiary designations.
Pop-Up Library
Enjoy popcorn and a great book at the Information Commons on July 19 and 26.
White Sox Community Night
Join the University community and cheer on the White Sox as they play the Angels on Saturday, September 7.
Feast Day reminders
Sign up for shuttle service to the Lake Shore Campus for the Mass and picnic on Wednesday, July 31.
Celebrating 150
This fall through December 2020, Loyola will mark 150 years of education and service with events and festivities.
Focus on Teaching and Learning
Register for the August 15 conference focused on “Exploring Context.”
Founders' Dinner
This year’s signature fundraising event celebrates five years of innovation and success at Arrupe College.
A journey of self-discovery
Ten Arrupe students recently returned from the college’s first-ever study abroad program.
Pop-Up Library
Head to the 4th floor of the Information Commons from 3-5 p.m. on July 26 to enjoy popcorn and a great book.
New Student Orientation
See how the University is welcoming its newest students.
Feast of Saint Ignatius
Attend the annual Mass and picnic honoring Loyola’s Ignatian heritage on Wednesday, July 31.
LU’s Crew Kids Club
Get your child involved with Loyola Athletics. See all the great benefits that $20 provides.
Cubs Community Night
Celebrate Rambler pride with University colleagues and fans on Wednesday, September 18, at Wrigley.
Move-In volunteers
Help welcome Loyola’s new and returning students back to campus.
News from ITS
Learn about the migration to Microsoft Exchange Online, data security updates, and other technology improvements.
EMERGE
Expand your knowledge and strengthen your professional skills with upcoming program offerings.
How to steal a credit card
Eric Chan-Tin, Loyola’s cybersecurity expert, has advice on protecting yourself against identity theft.
Summer gallery
From the Alumni Picnic to the farmers market, catch up on the start of summer at Loyola.
Volunteer for Move-In
Sign up to help new and returning students by the August 12 deadline.
Feast Day of Saint Ignatius
Look back at photos from the annual celebration of our shared Jesuit mission.
News from Human Resources
Read the August update for information on Open Enrollment and upcoming retirement seminars.
Loyola Dining
Learn more about the on-campus meal plans available for University faculty and staff.
Post your on-campus jobs to Handshake
Career Services has upgraded the University’s recruiting system technology. Register your department today.
The year ahead
In her August newsletter, Dr. Rooney previews the start of a new academic year and shares her favorite campus spots.
Arrupe full circle
Arrupe College students and teachers are charting a new educational path.
Focus on Teaching and Learning
Sign up for this month’s conference focused on “Exploring Context.”
A century in the making
Join the Loyola community and celebrate Sister Jean’s 100th birthday on August 21 in Damen Student Center.
August headshots
This month’s Water Tower Campus headshots are scheduled for Friday, August 16.
News from ITS
Learn more from ITS about determining and documenting project goals, deliverables, tasks, and deadlines.
Move-In parking
The Main Parking Structure is restricted to students and their families during Move-In week.
Arrupe’s Class of 2019
Congratulations to Arrupe’s most recent graduates. Relive last weekend’s festivities with our Commencement gallery.
Campus connector
Intercampus shuttle service relaunches August 26. Learn more about service operations and times.
Post on-campus jobs to Handshake
Career Services upgraded the University’s recruiting system technology. Register your department today.
Summer on campus
From Orientation to the Feast Day of St. Ignatius, take a look at summer at Loyola.
Ramblers season tickets
Reserve your spot in Gentile with your faculty and staff discount.
A century of Sister Jean
Scroll through this virtual timeline of 100 years of faith, education, and basketball.
Cheer tunnel
On August 23, cheer on the newest members of the Rambler family during the Convocation Walk.
Welcome Week 2019
From New Student Convocation to the New Year’s Festival, take a look at the schedule of upcoming Welcome Week events.
Sr. Jean birthday wish challenge
Support athletic excellence and student-athlete success.
Celebrating Sister Jean
The Loyola community came together to wish Sister Jean a happy 100th birthday.
Voluntary Transition Incentive Program
The University is offering a one-time, voluntary program for eligible tenured faculty members.
Adobe updates
In classrooms starting this August, users must sign into Adobe with their UVID.
WTC Block Party
Kick off the school year with free food, music, and Sister Jean.
Center for Assistance and Advocacy
The new program provides a centralized website for reporting student concerns.
Reflecting on 100 years
Sister Jean joined the <i>AMDG</i> podcast to talk about turning 100, fame, and to offer advice for new college students.
New University appointment
Meet the new vice president for advancement, Karen Paciero, who will join the University community in October.
Catholic Imagination Conference
Explore a variety of questions surrounding the Catholic imagination in literature and the arts.
Supporting science education
A $1 million grant from the Gates Foundation will aid the work of Loyola’s Center for Science and Math Education in CPS.
Mentor Arrupe students
Become a mentor as part of the Black Men for Success program, and provide academic coaching and community building.
Headshots
September Water Tower Campus headshots are scheduled for Tuesday, September 10.
We are called
Learn about Loyola's new awareness campaign, showcasing the compelling stories of students, faculty, and alumni.
25th anniversary celebration
Join the University Libraries and Gannon Center in celebrating this milestone for the Women and Leadership Archives.
A new start
From Move-In to the first day of classes, there’s not a moment to miss during Welcome Week.
Third biennial conference
Learn about the future of the Catholic literary tradition.
School of ED Talk
Secure your seat for the third series of inspiring presentations from Loyola’s School of Education faculty.
Short stories for imperfect times
Amanda Marbais, senior lecturer in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, published her first story collection.
Social Worker of the Year
The National Association of Social Workers, Illinois Chapter, has selected Professor Marta Lundy, PhD, for this honor.
Political Cartoons: Then and Now
Attend this University Libraries exhibit and panel discussion.
WLA 25th Anniversary
Celebrate at Piper Hall on September 27.
Voluntary Transition Incentive Program
The University is offering a one-time, voluntary program for eligible tenured faculty members.
Sign up for the SEEL Retreat
Reflect and grow at this year’s Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life Retreat.
Cubs Community Night
Celebrate Rambler pride with University colleagues and fans next Wednesday, September 18, at Wrigley.
News from Human Resources
Read the September update for information on health benefits and offerings as well as retirement resources.
Visual arts at Loyola
Visit the Ralph Arnold Gallery, and learn more about this year’s upcoming exhibitions.
Mentor Arrupe students
Provide academic coaching and community building as a mentor in the Black Men for Success program.
Family Weekend Concert
Listen as more than 200 student performers open the 2019-20 concert season.
Founders' Dinner 2019
For Arrupe College’s fifth anniversary, Founders' Dinner looked back to where it all began.
TF-VTIP
Learn more about the one-time program for eligible tenured faculty before the request form deadline.
Faculty Convocation
Read Dr. Rooney’s remarks from this year’s event welcoming new and returning faculty.
Pray, meditate, and reflect
Sign up for the Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life Retreat.
Loyola Lens
Take a look back at Loyola of yesterday with this summer photo retrospective.
Community Nights
This month, Loyola students, faculty, staff, and alumni cheered on the Cubs and White Sox and celebrated Rambler pride.
Reciprocal tuition benefit
Learn about the FACHEX program for dependents at Jesuit colleges and universities across the U.S.
News from ITS
Read about added security features, Adobe updates, and the new Digital Assistant Pilot program.
An invitation to serve
The University is looking for faculty, staff, and student Opus Prize ambassadors. Learn how you can get involved.
Loyola Alert
Sign up to ensure you receive time-sensitive alerts from Campus Safety in the event of an emergency.
Doing justice
Accompany students on weeklong Alternative Break Immersion experiences over spring break.
Empathy on stage
Philip Dawkins (BA ‘02) shared wisdom with Loyola theater students.
Nominate a colleague
Staff Council and Human Resources invite you to submit nominations for the Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards.
The future of higher education
Loyola kicks off the strategic planning process with a keynote by Freeman Hrawbowski III, PhD, on Friday, October 4 at 1 p.m.
Arrupe’s impact
Abby dreamed of being the first woman in her family to graduate college. Arrupe helped make it reality.
Coming full circle
These Arrupe graduates shared their four-year success stories.
The future of higher education
On Friday, Loyola kicks off the strategic planning process with lunch and a keynote from Freeman A. Hrabowski.
Appear in Inside Loyola
Promote important events and exciting information in the University’s one-stop source for news.
Religion and Nature Speaker Series
Learn more about the natural world from the perspectives of both science and religion.
Faculty and staff retreats
Explore LUREC’s offerings for personal growth and professional development.
The History of Fake News
Learn about fake news in the U.S. at this faculty speaker event.
Office for Equity and Compliance
Explore the OEC’s new website, and read more about updated policies and procedures.
I Have a Name
Attend this LUMA exhibition which probes the visual identity of the city’s homeless population.
Alternative Break Immersion
Partner with student leaders to build community and expand learning and social justice beyond the classroom.
Staff Council nominations
Nominate a colleague for this year’s Staff Recognition and Excellence Awards.
Service-oriented solutions
Quinlan students are tackling the critical challenge of helping Puerto Rico recover from the next natural disaster.
Open Enrollment Information Sessions
Plan to attend an Open Enrollment Information Session and Benefits Fair this month. View the schedule here.
Toward a Greater Good
In her October newsletter, Dr. Rooney shares campus news and updates on the search for Opus Prize student scholars.
Mission Book Club
Register to join this fall, and read and reflect with colleagues.
News from Human Resources
The Human Resources office at LSC has moved to St. Joseph’s Seminary temporarily due to construction in Granada Center.
Remembering Rev. Baumhart, S.J.
Loyola honors the memory of Father Baumhart, the University's longest serving president and an influential scholar.
Apple supported product update
MacOS Catalina (10.15) was released in October. Read how ITS is confirming compatibility before its release.
Explore Loyola’s benefit options
Read the October HR update, which includes details on health and wellness opportunities during Open Enrollment.
FACHEX program
Learn about your dependent's tuition benefits at Jesuit colleges and universities across the U.S.
Open House Chicago
This weekend, several Loyola spaces will be featured during the city’s annual architecture festival.
Alternative Break Immersion
Accompany students on week-long immersion experiences in the spring.
Think local
Learn more about Loyola’s Anchor Mission initiative and see how you can dine, buy, and support local.
News from ITS
UISO Newsletter highlights include information on National Cyber Security Awareness Month events at each campus.
2020 Benefits Open Enrollment
November 1 marks the beginning of Open Enrollment. Learn more about Loyola’s benefit options.
Faculty speaker event
Explore American journalism’s historical and politicized relationship to facts.
We are called
Learn more about the University’s awareness campaign highlighting the people of Loyola who are called to teach, think, and dream.
Read and reflect
Join the Mission Book Club and enjoy <i>Thirty Days on Retreat with the Exercises of St. Ignatius</i>.
Aetna transition support
Read more about Aetna coverage, searching for providers, and Information Sessions and Benefits Fairs.
Budget Town Halls
Financial Services is hosting information sessions open to the Loyola community.
Talk to ALEX
Visit ALEX to help you navigate your 2020 benefit options before Open Enrollment begins November 1.
Social impact leader
<i>Financial Times</i> recognized Quinlan as an international example of sustainability, ethics, and social purpose.
Budget Town Halls
This week, Financial Services is hosting information sessions to update the Loyola community on the University’s finances.
First-Year Text suggestions
Submit your recommendation for the 2020 First-Year Text.
Chai and Chats
Enjoy refreshments and conversation with Loyola community members.
Open Enrollment begins tomorrow
From November 1-15, revisit your current benefit elections and learn about new and existing benefits.
Strategic Planning Session
Help chart the future of Loyola. Attend a WTC Conversation, enjoy lunch, and tackle issues related to Loyola’s success.
New University Appointment
Elaine Morrato, DrPH, MPH, CPH has been named founding dean of the Parkinson School.
2019 digital ethics symposium
Registration is open for the digital ethics symposium featuring an expert panel on combating extreme speech online.
Ignatian Heritage Month
Celebrate the legacy of St. Ignatius and participate in events throughout the month, including the November Prayer Lunch.
Looking to the future of higher education
Freeman Hrabowski’s October keynote kicked off Loyola’s 2025 strategic planning and offered valuable takeaways.
International Game Night
Play games and win prizes at Loyola’s second annual International Game Night.
Strategic Planning Session
Attend the Lake Shore Campus Conversation. Enjoy dinner, tackle some of the issues, and plan for the University’s success.
President’s Medallion winners
Meet the outstanding Loyola students recognized for their commitment to leadership, scholarship, and service.
Lake Shore Campus headshots
On Friday, November 8, faculty and staff on the Lake Shore Campus are invited to have their headshots taken.
Digital Ethics Symposium
Join the conversation on digital ethics at today’s event.
October in photos
From pumpkin decorating to Halloween snow and stunning aerial campus shots, take a look back at October at Loyola.
Chai and Chats
Enjoy discussion and refreshments with Chai and Chats hosted by OIP and ACE on all three Chicagoland campuses.
Enroll in your 2020 benefits today
Take advantage of your chance to update your existing benefits for 2020. Enroll before November 15.
Headshots
Water Tower Campus headshots are scheduled for Friday, November 15.
Martyrs Award
Loyola honors the work of the Ignatian Spirituality Project at this evening’s award presentation and Memorial Mass.
Climate Change Conference
Join the Institute of Environmental Sustainability for the 2020 Climate Change Conference, March 12-13.
Wellness incentive reminder
Be sure to complete your Health Power Assessment and/or off-site biometric screening by November 27.
Fall reading
This month, Mission Book Club meets on all three Chicagoland campuses. Find the location nearest you.
Cocoa and conversation
Enjoy holiday treats and activities while chatting with the dean of Libraries.
We are called to advocate
Inspired by his experiences at Loyola, Trevaughn Latimer (BA ‘19) is on a mission to serve his hometown and then the world.
Community impact
Faculty and staff are drawing inspiration from Homeboy Industries for a new community effort in Maywood.
Get involved
See the list of organizations the University is partnering with and sign up to serve during 2020 MLK Celebration Service Days.
Holiday season updates
Learn more about this year’s Christmas Reception and holiday and University closure days.
Open Enrollment deadline
The Open Enrollment period closes tomorrow, November 22. Make your 2020 benefit elections now.
A note from the president
In her November newsletter, Dr. Rooney reflects on the Loyola mission and planning for the upcoming 150th celebration.
Dean transition at Arrupe
Fr. Katsouros, S.J., has been reassigned by the Jesuits to develop a nationwide network of schools based on Arrupe.
News from ITS
Read about password security with LastPass, Digital Assistant Pilot, and the new online survey platform.
University appointment
Meet the new provost, Norberto Grzywacz, PhD, who will join the University community in February.
Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day
Reserve two complimentary tickets to the men’s basketball game on Sunday, December 15 with promo code LOYOLA2019.
Help recognize student excellence
Nominate a student for the Gannon Center’s Undergraduate Women’s Leadership Award.
Dreamers
Two Loyolans discuss DACA and share their experience attending the recent Supreme Court hearing.
Christmas Reception
Celebrate the season at Loyola’s Christmas reception. Enjoy food and festivities with colleagues at the Lake Shore Campus.
Focus on Teaching and Learning
Collaborate with colleagues on best practices in education at the University’s biannual conference in January.
Stories of the Crèche
Visit LUMA’s annual holiday exhibition, open until January 5.