A STEP in the right direction

Loyola students in these courses are taking on environmental problems—and making a difference in the community

Lake Shore Campus
CHICAGO: Loyola's Lake Shore Campus on the city's North Side provides breathtaking views of Lake Michigan.
Water Tower Campus
CHICAGO: The University's Water Tower Campus is just steps away from the Magnificent Mile.
Health Sciences Campus
CHICAGO: The Health Sciences Campus is home to cutting-edge medical teaching and research.
Retreat and Ecology Campus
CHICAGO: Loyola's Retreat and Ecology Campus offers nearly 100 acres for education and reflection.
Cuneo Mansion and Gardens
CHICAGO: Cuneo Mansion and Gardens is an academic center—plus an estate you can rent for events.
John Felice Rome Center
ROME: Loyola has been educating students at its John Felice Rome Center for more than 50 years.
Beijing Center
BEIJING: Since 1998, the Beijing Center has been providing an unmatched education in China.
VIETNAM: Loyola was the first U.S. university to receive a license to provide educational programs in Vietnam.
Video: Watch Jon Sobrino, S.J., discuss the legacy of the eight Salvadoran martyrs during his November address at Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus. MORE
Watch videos of previous speeches from visiting scholars and newsmakers at our Loyola Lectures website. MORE

Through February 14: It’s time again for Loyola’s top art students to show off their work. The 2015 Student Art Competition, held in the Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Annex, features everything from ceramics to photography to oil paintings—and just about anything in between. LEARN MORE

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