Diversity and Identity
The Office for International Programs (OIP) is committed to making study abroad an enriching academic experience that is accessible to all students during their Loyola undergraduate career.
As a part of our commitment, we have compiled resource guides specific to each of the identity communities below:
- Gender Abroad
- Race and Ethnicity Abroad
- First Generation and Non-Traditional Students Abroad
- Heritage Seekers
- Students with Disabilities Abroad
- LGBTQIA Students Abroad
- Spirituality and Religion Abroad
We understand that there may be financial barriers to study abroad. To make study abroad more accessible, we maintain an extensive list of scholarships including opportunities just for Loyola students as well as external funding resources. In addition, we have created a list of affordable study abroad programs to demonstrate how study abroad can be more affordable than a semester at Loyola.