Office of Student Affairs
The Office of Student Affairs at Loyola University New Orleans provides programs, services and experiences, rooted in the Jesuit tradition, to enrich development, support students, and foster engagement and belonging to encourage a lifelong commitment to meaningful discernment and social justice.
The Department of Residential Life supports the mission of the University by providing a residential environment centered in learning and social growth, which is grounded in the Jesuit tradition. We believe that as a result of the Loyola residential experience, students will become engaged citizens of their communities who are committed to the development of self and others.
Student Life & Ministry
The Department of Student Life and Ministry provides leadership development and engagement opportunities for students through programs such as student organizations, retreats, student government, campus activities, intramural sports, club sports, university traditions, social justice programs, pastoral counseling and worship.
Athletics & USC
The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and University Sports Complex supports the Ignatian mission of the university by offering programs that develop the whole person, preparing men and women for others. The department provides opportunities for the Loyola community to participate in a broad-based, comprehensive program including intercollegiate athletics as well as wellness activities in the University Sports Complex.
The Office for Accessible Education (OAE) supports and empowers students eligible under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act (ADAAA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act by providing classroom, housing, and dining accommodations. OAE provides students with engagement opportunities and access to campus programs and services.
Student Conduct & Title IX
Student Conduct and Title IX are responsible for fostering development by engaging students in conversation about ethical-decision making; addressing and redressing student misconduct and sexual misconduct through fair and consistent application of policies and procedures; and promoting awareness of students’ rights and responsibilities.