Campus Activities at Loyola

Student Involvement believes the Loyola experience is enhanced by activities and programs outside of the classroom. Our role is to provide you a link between your classroom experiences and your activities beyond the classroom. Student Involvement sponsors services, programs and events to educate, advocate, entertain and challenge you! 

Get to NOLA Experience Program

Ready to get off campus and explore the city? Check out a Get to NOLA excursion to experience the rich culture and history of the city of New Orleans. Our monthly excursions allow students to engage in alcohol-free, social and educations outings with faculty, staff, and fellow students.  Find out more information by visiting our Get to NOLA webpage! 

Have Event Ideas?  Want to Plan Campus Programs? Get Involved with the University Programming Board (UPB)!

Get with the program!  UPB is part of the Student Government Association which brings great programs and events to campus for Loyola students. Programs include Third Friday on-campus festivals, annual Sneaux event, excursions off-campus, an annual spring concert, and variety events such as hypnotists, gaming tournaments, Mardi Gras celebrations, and much more. Visit the SGA OrgSync portal for more information!

One Loyola, One Community Civility Campaign

The One Loyola One Community Civility Campaign is designed to raise awareness of the relationship between our personal behavior and the quality of campus life. We believe civility is fundamental value of the Loyola community. We believe in taking proactive steps toward civility each day. The One Loyola One Community Civility Campaign supports a safe and inclusive environment to enhance the academic pursuits and student success. Being civil means exhibiting thoughtful behavior and continuous refinement of our perceptions of what matters to us and to others. Civility programs include the annual One Loyola One Community Pledge, monthly programs, national speakers, bystander awareness workshops, One Loyola multimedia presentations, and student organization civility trainings. Click here for more information.