Loyola's 1870 Orientation for mid-year students is a mandatory one-day program that is comprised of sessions to introduce you to what life is like at Loyola. During 1870 Orientation, you will learn about the many programs and services that are available to you as a Loyola student. You will meet with an academic advisor and register for your Fall semester courses.
Orientation leaders, who are upperclass students, will share their Loyola Experience with you, answer your questions, and do their best to ensure your smooth transition into the Loyola community!
Mid-Year 1870 Orientation Dates
- January 7th
- January 10th
The 1870 Orientation Fee is $125 per student. The fee includes all materials, food, and two guest passes for the day-long program. The Orientation fee is applied directly to the student's tuition account in the fall.
Registration for the 1870 Orientation program will be available beginning early November. When registration opens, students will be notified to register for their preferred program dates. It is important to note that space is limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Online registration requires a list of all family members attending.
The 2014 Mid-Year Orientation Schedule is available to give you a rough idea of the program. You will receive a personalized orientation schedule when you arrive at the program, but this should help you plan ahead for your 1870 Orientation experience.
The Parking Structure (P on the map) is located at the corner of Sheridan Road and Winthrop Avenue (the entrance to this structure is off the campus drive, accessed from the light at Sheridan Road and Kenmore Avenue). Upon checking in at Orientation, you can request parking validation. Review detailed driving directions.
Check-In Time & Location
Check-in runs 8:00 a.m.–8:30 a.m. in the Sullivan Center Lobby.
8:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
First Day of Fall Classes