Loyola's new Undergraduate Minor in Leadership Studies is housed in the School of Education. The minor is designed to complement any academic major and comprised of four required courses and two electives all which provide a depth of training, education, and development related to leadership and social justice. The CEL UNIV courses contribute to electives in the College of Arts and Sciences.
View photos from the Symposium.
Learn more about the courses you can take under the Center for Experiential Learning in Fall of 2015.
Loyola was named to the Presidential Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll and also received the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification in early January.
This year's Spring Non-Profit Opportunities Fair welcomed numerous community non-profit organizations with opportunities for students to both work and volunteer. The opportunities range from volunteer and service work, to internship and work-study employment. Click this link to learn more about these organizations!
Check out how Loyola students engage around Chicago with interactive maps, a video, and experiential learning by the numbers! See an overview of the Center for Experiential Learning’s impact on student learning and community partnerships.