Support Loyola on Giving Tuesday

On Tuesday, November 29, charities, families, businesses, and students around the world will come together for a common cause: to celebrate generosity and to give.

Support Loyola on Giving Tuesday

On Tuesday, December 1, charities, families, businesses, and students around the world will come together for a common cause: to celebrate generosity and to give.

Get ahead with a J-Term course this winter

January Term, also known as J-Term, can help students catch up, get ahead, or graduate early by enrolling in a three-credit course over the winter break.

Ignatian Heritage Month

Loyola honors St. Ignatius and his service to others with a November full of events—including the first-ever Martyrs Award presentation.

Presidential search update

Loyola launched a new website that houses everything you need to know about the presidential search process—plus the University is hosting several open forums this week.

Veteran actor to star in ‘Galileo’

Ross Lehman has won over audiences around the world. Now, as artist in residence for the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, he’s taking the stage in ‘Galileo.’

Working with others, for others

For 20 years, the Center for Urban Research and Learning has been helping local communities. Watch this video to learn more about CURL and all that it does to serve others.

Loyola grad wins ‘Chopped’

Sister Alicia Torres, a 2007 Loyola graduate who is now a Franciscan nun, was named “Chopped” champion on the Food Network’s reality TV cooking show.

Celebrate Veterans Week at Loyola

Students, faculty, and staff are invited to celebrate Veterans Week from November 9–14. Highlights include a lunch and learn session and a missing man ceremony.

Loyola among nation’s best in NCAA’s academic report

Loyola continued to show that it belongs among the nation’s elite, recording its highest-ever Graduation Success Rate score according to the latest NCAA data.

Help out during Hunger Week

For more than 40 years, Loyola has been hosting Hunger Week to spread awareness about the issue and raise money for several beneficiaries. Here’s how you can help.

Alum appears on Food Network’s ‘Chopped’

Sister Alicia Torres, a 2007 Loyola graduate, put her soup kitchen cooking skills to the test when she recently competed on the popular Food Network show “Chopped.”

Professor, team win $500,000 grant

Professor Philip Hong’s research helps unemployed adults get back on their feet. And now, after receiving a $500,000 grant, he hopes to help even more people.

New Quinlan degree program spans continents

Two business degrees, two continents, three countries. All in four years. That’s the promise of Quinlan’s new U.S./Europe Double Degree program.

Take a tour of Loyola’s underground crypts

For more than 20 years—always around Halloween—Jerry Overbeck, S.J., has given tours of the University’s crypt beneath Madonna della Strada Chapel.

Archbishop blesses Arrupe College

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Archbishop Blase J. Cupich, and others took part September 25 in the formal blessing of Arrupe College, the University’s new two-year school for students with limited financial resources.

Case Competition sees record number of participants

In its analysis of a sustainable supply chain, Team Coast to Coast emerged victorious over a record-breaking 90 students from 23 teams.

Loyola accepts GiveThem20 Challenge

Watch Loyola’s Interim President John P. Pelissero, PhD, and other Ramblers complete the ##GiveThem20 Challenge to salute our veterans.

Careers in Science Week

Take part in resume workshops, networking events, and more at Loyola’s Careers in Science Week—designed to help science majors find internships and jobs.

Register now for supply chain summit

Quinlan is hosting the 4th Annual Chicago Supply Chain and Sustainability Summit on October 20. The event features industry-leading speakers and the opportunity to network with supply chain management experts and peers.