Congratulations on your acceptance to Loyola University New Orleans! You are now a member of a distinguished community of scholars and have made an important first step to prepare for a civic-minded life of purpose. New Student Orientation is a remarkable opportunity to continue your journey, to discover Loyola, and to find your true passion.
Opportunities abound to become immediately engaged with our community, and we encourage your active involvement in the academic, cocurricular, and mission-driven programs of the university. We share your excitement during this important time of transition and eagerly await your arrival!
Loyola University New Orleans will host New Student Orientation this spring to welcome our newest students to be part of the pack! All newly admitted students for Spring 2014 are expected to attend New Student Orientation on Friday, January 3rd from 8:00am-5:00pm.
Orientation registration will be available this October! All students will register for sessions using their LORA (Loyola Online Records Access) account. For more details about Orientation registration, visit our registration page.
For questions, please contact the Office of Co-Curricular Programs at (504) 865-3622.
Summer orientation for the Class of 2018 will take place on the following dates:
June 29 - July 1
Students will need to attend one summer orientation session prior to classes starting in Fall 2014.
Coming to a new country can be a challenging experience, but with the right preparation it can be exciting and full of opportunities! For international students, the Center for International Education (CIE) is available to help you adjust to Loyola and the U.S.
Visit this website for complete information on International Student Orientation.
We are excited to have our newest transfer students joining the Loyola community. All transfer students are expected to attend New Student Orientation in August. Dates and registration will be available later this fall!
As a Loyola student who is enrolled in online programs, it is important that you are familiar with programs, services, and policies related to your experience. Click here for information that will help you transition to Loyola!