There are a number of ways to get involved at Loyola University Chicago. Whether you are interested in playing sports, making new friends, or giving back to the community, the opportunities to participate in Loyola life outside of the classroom are endless.
|SAGA (Student Activities and Greek Affairs)||
SAGA is your one stop shop for getting involved. Here you can join various student organizations on campus, or even start your own campus club.
|Halas Campus Recreation||
Love working out? Want to try Zumba or a Yoga class? Chicago Center students have full access to the campus gym and fitness center with their Loyola IDs
|GMP (Global Mentorship Program)||Designed to encourage students to expand their worldviews, make friends, and increase English language competency, GMP breaks international students and American students into Global Groups for activities and meet ups over the course of the semester|
|I-House Events||Every month, the International House hosts various events designed to foster meaningful relationships within the residence hall. From International Food night to "Friendsgiving" you will feel right at home joining an International House event|
|Coffee & Conversation||Every Monday evening from 4pm-5pm in Sullivan 216, the Office for International Programs hosts a coffee hour where participants can enjoy coffee and cookies while discussing various topics on culture, politics, geography, food, and more!|
|Student Leadership Development||Get involved with Loyola's Student Leadership Development programs and be inspired to make a difference on campus as a student leader|
|Service Learning||Interested in volunteering on or off campus? Whether you participate in service-learning for course credit or join strictly on a volunteer-basis, service is a wonderful way to connect with others and give back to your new Chicago community.|
Be sure to check out the University Calendar for upcoming events and programs.