Find your home on our campuses

A neighborhood filled with people your own age? A place to live, dine, study, and play in the middle of a major city? Our campuses and residence halls will help you make the connections in your new community. It's all happening here. And your new best friends are awaiting your arrival.

84%

first-year students live on campus

20

Residence halls

2years

required residency on campus

What are the rooms like?
Traditional

This is your typical setup with community bathrooms. We offer triple-, double-, and limited single-occupancy rooms.

Suite-style

Try something a little different! You'll have roommates and suitemates in these rooms—plus a shared bathroom.

Private

There's a private bathroom in your room. Sounds pretty unheard of, but we like that amenity and think you will too.

Where will you live?

First-year housing

Residence halls are where you'll meet your new friends and create some of your fondest memories. They also have some pretty nice amenities for you. All first-year halls have a/c, internet access, laundry rooms, study and social lounges, and a 24-hour reception desk. Learn more about our residency requirement.

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    San Francisco Hall
    • Traditional and suite-style rooms
    • Home to the Institute of Environmental Sustainability (IES)
    • LEED-certified with eco-friendly features regulating heating and cooling
    • Learn more
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    de Nobili Hall
    • Traditional rooms
    • Two-story entertainment lounge
    • Four study lounges and two community kitchens
    • Dining hall with delicious late-night food options
    • Learn more
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    Simpson Hall
    • Traditional and suite-style rooms
    • Centrally located on Sheridan Road
    • Eight community kitchens
    • Double- and single-occupancy rooms with unique layouts
    • Learn more
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    Regis Hall
    • Private rooms
    • Open to first-year and transfer students
    • Single and double rooms, each with a private bathroom
    • Study lounges, social lounges, and community kitchens
    • Learn more
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    Mertz Hall
    • Traditional rooms
    • Largest residence hall on the Lake Shore Campus with 19 stories
    • Connected to the Centennial Forum
    • Large lounges and community kitchens
    • Learn more
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    Campion Hall
    • Traditional rooms
    • Convenient access to student center, public transportation
    • Honors program offices and classes
    • Study lounges, social lounges, and a community kitchen
    • Learn more
  • Traditional and suite-style rooms
  • Home to the Institute of Environmental Sustainability (IES)
  • LEED-certified with eco-friendly features regulating heating and cooling
  • Learn more
  • Traditional rooms
  • Two-story entertainment lounge
  • Four study lounges and two community kitchens
  • Dining hall with late-night dining options
  • Learn more
  • Traditional and suite-style rooms
  • Centrally located on Sheridan Road
  • Eight community kitchens
  • Double- and single-occupancy rooms with unique layouts
  • Learn more
  • Private rooms
  • Open to first-year and transfer students
  • Single and double rooms, each with a private bathroom
  • Study lounges, social lounges, and community kitchens
  • Learn more
  • Traditional rooms
  • Largest residence hall (19 stories) on the Lake Shore Campus
  • Connected to the Centennial Forum
  • Large lounges and community kitchens
  • Learn more
  • Traditional rooms
  • Convenient access to student center, public transportation
  • Honors program offices and classes
  • Study lounges, social lounges, and a community kitchen
  • Learn more

Transfer housing

Join a community of transfer students at Regis Hall on the Lake Shore Campus. If high-rises are closer to your scene, try Baumhart Hall located just steps from Michigan Avenue. And if you're still not finding what you like, other options may be available. Learn more

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    Regis Hall
    • Private rooms
    • Open to first-year and transfer students
    • Single and double rooms, each with a private bathroom
    • Study lounges, social lounges, and community kitchens
    • Learn more
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    Baumhart Hall
    • Private rooms
    • Located just steps from Chicago's Magnificent Mile
    • In-unit kitchen
    • Wellness Center, Ministry Services, a chapel, study space, and a fitness center
    • Learn more

Water Tower Campus

  • Private rooms
  • Open to first-year and transfer students
  • Single and double rooms, each with a private bathroom
  • Study lounges, social lounges, and community kitchens
  • Learn more
  • Private rooms
  • Located just steps from Chicago's Magnificent Mile
  • In-unit kitchen
  • Wellness Center, Ministry Services, a chapel, study space, and a fitness center
  • Learn more
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Water Tower Campus

Dining

At Loyola, dining is a social activity. Meet old friends, or make new ones. Study together, or make plans for the weekend. Eat healthy, or just order one of those muffins.

With over 250 clubs and student-run organizations on campus, there's always someone to connect with, something to do, and somewhere to be. It's easy to meet new friends and make new connections inside—and outside—the classroom.

Virtual tour

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Why should you get involved?
Grace Runkel

Journalism

“Get involved early. It can be intimidating to go a club meeting all by yourself, but it’s always worth it.”

Nick Kimble

Political Science

“I think Loyola’s community represents the best of what Greek life was intended to be: a closely connected community driven by service.”

Devan Patel

Health Systems Management

“I have made many lifelong friends, met unique people from completely different backgrounds and so many have inspired me.”

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