Are you an incoming freshman or first year transfer student? Set yourself up for success and apply to be a part of SOAR (Seizing Opportunities for Academic Resilience), a three day program that will prepare you to start off strong here at Loyola University Chicago. Click on the SOAR logo for more information.
Earlier this year Loyola University Chicago’s Student Government and Latin American Student Organization teamed up to pitch administrators with the idea of a scholarship fund to support undocumented students attending Loyola. Read more...
Joe Saucedo is an Assistant Director in Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, in his fourth year with Loyola. Joe is from Texas and most recently lived in California. Learn more about his work with students, what makes him smile, how he defines social justice, and more!
Get to know more about Xochitl,a graduate student in social justice and community development. Xochitl is involved in SDMA and works toward justice for undocumented students. Click to learn her story and reasons why she loves Loyola.
Cultivating solidarity: student dreams through art
When members of the Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs department (SDMA) decided it was time to bring life to their new office space in the Damen Student Center last spring, they began the search for a professional muralist.
As we live out the legacy of Saint Ignatius Loyola, we are committed to providing accurate information and resources for current and prospective undocumented students, their families, and allies. Learn more about undocumented students’ access to higher education, safe spaces and enrollment at LUC.
Join us on Saturday, April 11th for Qmunity, a one-day summit on gender and sexuality featuring workshops, entertainment, speakers, activities, and community galore! Be a part of this unique blend of social, academic, and activist summit.
There is still time to nominate an outstanding student, staff, faculty, or alumnus/alumna for their work with diversity and social justice! The deadline to nominate has been extended to Friday, February 6.