Congrats to our Presidential Scholarship Recipients!
SDMA is proud to celebrate recent recipients of Loyola's Presidential Scholarship: Wesley Ibarra, Trevaughn Latimer, SaCora Williams, Raul Urquiza, Estefany Guzman, and Ariana Allen. These students were selected based on excellent work done in the classroom, demonstrated financial need, and their commitment/engagement with the Loyola community.
The results of November's Presidential and Nationwide elections have left many within the SDMA and Rambler community feeling exhausted, fearful, upset, and uncertain. Trust that the staff of our department continue to be here for you. Come by the office to process, to heal, to find comfort among classmates and colleagues who affirm you as you are. The fight for social justice is far from over; however the time for attending to your well-being is now. SDMA asks that you also keep us and all peoples engaged in advocacy & inclusion in your prayers.
Further, we wanted to provide a few post-election resources to you. Please click on this post to access the resources through the LUC Box folder. You will find a resource guide, directory of mental and health providers in Chicago-land area, and the Lurie Children's Hospital post-election support fact sheet.
Learn more about the individual staff and students serving on the R.A.W. 2016-17 Committee. These individuals are going above and beyond their positions to serve the SDMA and larger Loyola community through R.A.W. The R.A.W. staff and student guides are responsible for facilitating seven workshops for White-identified students seeking to explore topics of privilege, power, oppression, allyship, and social change. Click here to learn more about these individuals and their reason for working with R.A.W.
Register today for Share the DREAM Undocumented Student Ally Trainings taking place fall 2016.
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.