Even remotely, professionals across the University—including the Counseling Center, Disability Support Services, the Study, and the Career Center, among others—will continue to offer exceptional support to our students through virtual and telehealth services. More information will be shared leading up to and throughout the fall semester.
Loyola’s division of student development is working to develop and implement ways for students to engage virtually with one another, with student organizations, and through virtual events and programming. The Ignatius Scholars Program, Multicultural Awareness Pre-Fall Program, and various student activities will occur virtually during the fall semester.
Academic advising will continue online. The Career Center is developing plans and programming to offer students, including virtual career fairs, workshops, and one-on-one career coaching, among others. Disability Support Services will be working with students to approve and arrange accommodations.
New students will receive support and resources to guide their transition to college and into our community. Loyola will offer a virtual Fall Welcome Weekend beginning Aug. 27—and continue to introduce new students to the Loyola community and University resources.
We are prepared to implement Messina in a virtual format and to help new students build connections with other first-year students through enrichment hours and online events, including a series connected to the common text for the Class of 2024, Dear America, and the Messina themes.
Campus Ministry will continue to live-stream weekly Mass. Details will be shared on their website and Facebook page. The Hopkins Mass will be live-streamed online beginning on Sunday, Aug. 30, at 10 p.m. To attend, visit the Zoom Room for the Hopkins Mass: https://loyola.zoom.us/j/400394307.