The Office of Residence Life & Housing strives to support the healthy and holistic development of all students. Open to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors, the Substance-Free Community offers a space for those students who genuinely desire to live in an environment where all residents and their guests agree to keep the area free of all alcohol, drugs, and tobacco products. Residents agree to create an environment in which they are respectful of one another and, as a result, foster a living atmosphere that is respectful of healthy lifestyles. Members of the community also have the opportunity to work with their resident assistants to plan activities and outings that promote a positive community.
Interested in this community? Select "Yes" when prompted within the housing application to join the Substance-Free Community.
All applicants will need to sign the substance free housing agreement. Please note, all substance-free housing is in Seton Court and depending on your roommate group size other students may be added to your group to fill an apartment.
We encourage you to get involved with other organizations who support and alcohol and drug free life. Here are a few sites that may interest you
Hound Activities and Programming Board (HAP)
HAP is a student-led organization whose mission is to provide engaging and entertaining activities for the Loyola student body. These include athletics tailgates and giveaways, off-campus trips, Loyola traditions, and more. HAP events are either entirely free or provided at a subsidized cost. Visit the HAP webpage to find out more.
The Office of Student Support and Wellness Promotion (SSWP)
SSWP facilitates student retention within the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis. We are committed to supporting students who face personal and substance use-related challenges by providing opportunities for spiritual, emotional, physical, educational, professional, and social growth. We help students leverage available resources and stay focused on their success by initiating and sustaining collaborative relationships with our community partners. Learn more by visiting the Student Support & Wellness Promotion website.