Update: Loyola is continuing online learning for the fall semester and looking forward to reopening its campuses in January. Find more information on Loyola's coronavirus website.

Emergency Information

Current Status

Loyola will continue online-only instruction for undergraduates through the Fall 2020 semester with plans to reopen the campuses fully for the Spring 2021 semester. Most graduate courses will also be offered in online and hybrid formats. Individual programs will communicate to grad students regarding externships and clinical placements. Learn more on Loyola's coronavirus website.


  • Library: The Library will be open only to students, faculty, staff, and administrators of Loyola and Notre Dame until further notice. As with any other campus space, University guidelines and public health practices must be followed in the Library. For more information visit the library website.

    Please monitor this page for updates on university services and events. For information on how Loyola is addressing COVID-19, please visit the coronavirus webpage. Questions should be sent to coronavirus@loyola.edu.

    Ongoing preparedness information

    Students and faculty: Academic continuity

    There are several options for students and faculty to stay connected and maintain coursework when classes are canceled and campus is closed.

    • Faculty members are encouraged to develop a plan and inform students so that they understand course expectations. Please review the Maintaining Class During University Closures page on the academic affairs website for information on inclement weather, options for instructional continuity, and guidance from the Faculty Handbook.
    • Students are encouraged to consult the syllabus, course Moodle page, and email communication from their instructors.