Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

FAQs

The Quinlan Undergraduate Programs Office is located in the Schreiber Center, 16 E. Pearson, Suite 320, Chicago, IL, USA at the Water Tower Campus. Visit it for academic advising or to talk about a problem you're having in one of your classes. The Undergraduate Programs Office can also direct you to other Loyola services and resources. We are here to help you.

Matt Rombach is the primary advisor for all juniors, seniors and new transfer students in the Quinlan School of Business. Patricia Hoffman is the secondary advisor for all juniors and seniors. They are located at the Water Tower Campus in the Quinlan Undergraduate Programs Office, Suite 320, in the Schreiber Center. To schedule an appointment with Matt Rombach or Patricia Hoffman, call: 312.915.6113. Unless otherwise noted, it is necessary to make an appointment to see them. Note that same day appointments are not available and you must call to schedule an appointment.

Freshmen and sophomore students are assigned advisors by the First and Second Year Advising. Their phone number is 773.508.7714.

You will be given an e-mail address through Loyola's Information Technology Services (ITS) department. Please note that e-mail is the primary mode of communication to all students in the Quinlan School of Business. It is your responsibility to stay current with announcements from our office. Our office will only communicate with Loyola students through the official Loyola e-mail system; emails will not send messages to outside e-mail accounts (e.g., Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail). To receive official Loyola announcements at an outside e-mail account, you should reroute your Loyola e-mail to that account with the Loyola Password Self-Service.

Our office is here to provide you with forms and requisitions that you may need throughout your academic career. To request a letter from the Undergraduate Programs Office, please call 312.915.6113. A minimum of 24-hour notice may be required, so please call ahead. Office staff will let you know how long it will take to provide the letter you need.

University academic calendars and schedules, may be found at: http://www.luc.edu/academics/schedules. Make sure to visit this site often to keep up with updates to the academic calendar.

Loyola University Chicago does not publish a paper catalog. Course descriptions can be found in LOCUS. For detailed information about university academic policies and procedures, please visit: http://www.luc.edu/academics/catalog/undergrad. This Website is extremely important for all students.