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Looking to print in our labs and can't find your printing funds?

Printing funds are only available after class registration closes. All Loyola students will receive $3.50 of Uniprint Funds on their Loyola IDs for printing; however, this will not be added to your Loyola ID card until after class registration closes. In ...

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First Year Workshop Series: Avoiding Plagiarism

First Year Workshop Series: Avoiding Plagiarism Monday, September 15, 4:30pm-5:15pm IC Room 120 The First Year Workshop Series is a set of workshops designed for first year students. The workshop Avoiding Plagiarism will provide first year students with information such as the definition of plagiarism, strategies for avoiding plagiarism, and practical techniques for using sources correctly. Questions may be sent to Sarah Morris at smorris4@luc.edu.

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On Campus

State of the University address

The Loyola community is invited to attend Father Garanzini's State of the University address, which will be delivered at the Lake Shore and Water Tower campuses on Tuesday, September 23. For details, click here.

Video: Study Abroad Fair

Interested in spending a summer, semester, or a full year abroad? Stop by the Study Abroad Fair hosted by the Office for International Programs, which offers more than 100 programs in 55 countries with centers in Rome, Beijing, and Vietnam. Students can speak with program representatives, students who recently studied abroad, and faculty-led program leaders. For more information, click here.

On Campus

Kenmore Plaza naming contest

You're using the newest addition to the Lake Shore Campus—the plaza in the 6300 block of North Kenmore Avenue—to get around campus. Now we need your help naming it. Have an idea? MORE

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Social Justice

Students gather for Ferguson

Students recently gathered in the East Quad to stand in solidarity with those impacted by recent events in Ferguson, Missouri. For upcoming social justice events and lectures, visit our social justice initiatives page.

Crime Alert

Crime Alert - bicycle thefts on campus

Campus Safety is writing to notify you of four bicycle thefts that occurred on the Lake Shore Campus this past week. Campus Safety is working closely with the Chicago Police Department on this investigation. If anyone has information on these incidents, please call Campus Safety at 773.508.6039 or the Chicago Police Department via 9-1-1 or 312.744.8263. LEARN MORE

Family Weekend

Register now for Family Weekend

Parents and families of current Loyola students are invited back to campus, September 26-28, to celebrate our shared Loyola family. Join us for a BBQ, Chicago bus tour, and more. LEARN MORE

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Jan Karski Conference

In Memoriam

Ruth Ashton memorial service

The Loyola University Chicago community will celebrate the life of Ruth Ashton, office coordinator for the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy, who passed away on June 27, at a memorial service on Sept. 20. READ MORE


Four tips for green living from IES

Can't fit sustainability courses into your schedule? Professor Nancy Landrum has tips for all Loyola students interested in green living. READ MORE

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RACE Exhibition

Student Development

Review the updated Community Standards

Every year, the Community Standards, which contain the Student Code of Conduct, are updated with input from students, staff, and faculty. To view the updated 2014-15 Community Standards in their entirety, click here. LEARN MORE

Ramblin’ Around

The Athlete's Foot

Show your Loyola ID and earn a 20 percent discount at the 1540 W. Howard St. store.

Ramblin’ Around

Tricoci University

Show your Loyola ID and earn 25 percent off hair and salon services.

Video: 2014 First Week of Fall Semester

Listen to Loyola professor Robert Bucholz give a stirring introduction to his History 101 class during the first week of classes.


Visit Crossings and Dwellings

The Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) presents Crossings and Dwellings: Restored Jesuits, Women Religious, American Experience, 1814–2014 from July 19 to October 19, 2014. Museum admission is always free for Loyola students, faculty, and staff. LEARN MORE