Should I be worried about Ebola at Loyola? No, you shouldn't be worried about an occurrence of Ebola at Loyola. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has determined Ebola poses little risk to the US general population. Should there be a change on campus, you will be notified. What is Loyola doing to keep people on campus safe from Ebola? The Wellness Center is being proactive in its approach to keep the campus community safe from Ebola - following the guidelines issued by the CDC and Chicago Department of Public Health. The Wellness Center staff is aware of the signs and symptoms of Ebola. Based on current recommendations, the Wellness Center is reaching out to those who have recently traveled (within 21 days) to countries where the outbreak is occurring. What should I do if I have traveled to Sierra Leon, Guinea, Liberia or Nigeria within the past 21 days? Call the Wellness Center at 773-508-8883 to speak with a professional regarding your risk.
All incoming students (Freshman and Transfer) must complete AlcoholEdu for College & Haven by August 20th. Check your LUC.edu email for instructions or follow this link to download them.
All Loyola students must complete the two-step process to verify proof of immunity. Step 1: Complete the Self-Service Immunization Module. Step 2: Submit your official immunization record (from your high school or a healthcare provider) to the Wellness Center via fax, mail, or in person. Deadline for incoming students is August 1. Click for more of this story...
Welcome to your online health magazine! You can access monthly articles about health topics that are relevant to you and learn more about events related to your health taking place at Loyola.
Do you feel sad or depressed sometimes? Do you miss your family pet and just need a friendly companion to talk to? Tivo, a purebred black Labrador retriever, is the newest addition to the Wellness Center at Loyola University Chicago and is trained specifically to be a best friend whenever he’s needed.
The Wellness Center's new iPhone app "Here for You" offers access to info and resources on dating violence, stalking, and sexual assault for assault survivors, friends, and others.
Pledge to stay safe this semester while looking out for your fellow Ramblers.
The Loyola Wellness Center has moved! We are now open in the Granada Center at 6439 N. Sheridan Rd, Suite 311.