Interested in Summer Housing in downtown Chicago?
Whether you are in Chicago for a summer internship, a visiting student, or in need of temporary housing, Loyola Conference Services has several comfortable housing options to choose from. Select from two-bedroom apartment suites, one bedrooms with a private bath, or opt for traditional residential housing. We have a variety of room types to meet your needs and budget. For more information, please visit http://www.luc.edu/conference/housing/summerhousing/
Loyola's Richard J. Klarchek Information Commons is proud to be named as one of the 16 coolest libraries in the country by Business Insider. Winner of the 2007 LEAF award for best use of technology, the Information Commons employs a number of natural and mechanical building systems and strategies, resulting in a totally integrated design. http://www.businessinsider.com/coolest-college-libraries-2014-4?op=1
Loyola University Chicago announced that alumnus John Schreiber is donating $10 million to help finance the new building for its Quinlan School of Business at the Water Tower Campus. The 10-story building under construction at the corner of State Street and Pearson Avenue will be named the John and Kathy Schreiber Center. It is expected to open in August 2015 and will house Loyola's Family Business Center, Center for Risk Management and its Supply and Value Chain Center in addition to hosting undergraduate, graduate and executive-education business classes.
In a recent poll by Best College Reviews, Loyola's very own, Madonna Della Strada, was named one of the most beautiful chapels on a university campus. Ranked at number 16, Madonna Della Strada, is a modern cathedral built for the Jesuit district and is located on the shorelines of Loyola's Lake Shore Campus. To learn more, visit http://www.bestcollegereviews.org/features/the-30-most-beautiful-college-cathedrals/
At Loyola University Chicago we are committed to providing our clients with an environmentally responsible campus, LEED certified buildings/ meeting spaces, energy efficient housing, and sustainable catering options. Green events are about increasing economic and environmental efficiency by minimizing the use of resources and reducing the amount of waste produced from event activities. Learn More