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Loyola officials announced tuition will still be raised for the fall semester despite plans for a hybrid of in-person and online courses.  A 3.1 percent tuition increase was originally announced in January, and will be …

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This summer, Loyola’s incoming students won’t be able to tour Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus or try out on-campus dining halls during their orientation experience, due to it being entirely online. Instead, they will participate in …

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Loyola suspended all study abroad programs for fall 2020, including study at the university’s John Felice Rome Center and Vietnam Center, due to the continued spread of COVID-19, according to a June 22 announcement. All …

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In the wake of George Floyd’s death and allegations of police brutality in Chicago and around the country, current and former students have started online petitions calling for Loyola to end tuition discounts for CPD …

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If it’s “legally allowed and medically advisable” Loyola tentatively plans to offer a mix of on-campus and online classes this fall. But the semester may look a little different with potential changes to class times, …

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Loyola’s Campus Safety is continuing its coordination with the Chicago Police Department (CPD) following vandalism and burglary at Loyola’s downtown campus during protests in Chicago.  The damage occurred amid protests sparked by George Floyd’s death, …

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Last month, Loyola officials announced The Loyola Commitment — a financial aid initiative for current and prospective students facing economic hardships amid the current pandemic. The initiative — which came out of a COVID-19 “working …

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Peter J. Schraeder, Ph.D., has been named the dean of Loyola’s College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), university officials announced June 3. Officially starting July 1, Schraeder will replace Thomas J. Regan, S.J., Ph.D., who …