Co-curricular Plan

The way you choose to spend your time when you are not in class or studying will shape who you are becoming and what you do with your life. At Loyola, you can continue to develop skills and interests you already have, or you might discover new pursuits worthy of your time. Try exploring at least two campus organizations during your first year. Over time, as you feel more adjusted, you can enjoy increasing your level of involvement and taking on more responsibility on campus and in the broader community.

Finding a job


Involvement in Chicago and Beyond

Leadership opportunities

Loyola Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (LUROP)

  What are you good at? When do you feel the most alive?

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