Why Live On Campus?

On-campus living promotes the ideals of a Jesuit education, and students living on campus at Loyola receive many benefits:

  • Perform better academically and are more likely to graduate from Loyola
  • Immersed in a community with other students sharing similar interests
  • 24/7 access to staff and Resident Chaplains
  • Safety and security
  • High-quality, nutritious meals with no grocery shopping, cooking, or dishes to do
  • Short walk to academic buildings, administrative offices, dining, and recreation facilities
  • No commute = no fighting with traffic or looking for a parking space

Residency Requirement

As a residential campus, Loyola requires each student to live on campus for two (2) years. Campus residents are also required to carry a meal plan. Learn more about Loyola's Residency Requirement.

Safety and Security

Safety and security on campus are critical to each student's ability to learn and grow. Learn more about Public Safety & University Police.

Leadership and Personal Development

Living on campus is about more than convenience. It's about learning, growth, and the development of each student's potential. Learn more about Leadership Opportunities with Residential Life.

Residence Hall Staff

Resident Assistants and Desk Assistants and Resident Chaplains, oh my! Learn more about Residential Life staff.


Location, location, location: It doesn't get any more convenient than this! Learn more about Loyola's Residence Halls.

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