- Maintenance for Evergreen and Timonium Campuses
- Rent for the Graduate Center, Columbia Campus
- Utilities for 2.1 million square feet
It takes much more than bricks and mortar to build a University, a true academic community, a place to live and learn. But at Loyola, we know that creating and providing a safe, comfortable, technologically advanced, sustainable environment on our campuses plays a key part in giving students the opportunities they need to succeed. Whether we’re building new buildings or making critical enhancements to campus landmarks, Loyola is always looking for ways to improve the classrooms, laboratories, residence halls, athletic facilities, and other places that make our University so distinctive.
You can see this commitment in every corner of our campus, from our “green” first-year residence hall to the transformed Loyola/Notre Dame Library, from the state-of-the-art Ridley Athletic Complex to the Donnelly Science Center, where a 15,000-square-foot, $12 million expansion and renovation will wrap up later this year. The investment doesn’t stop when a building project is completed, either; our dedication to first-rate facilities means making sure regular maintenance, system upgrades, and surprise costs are addressed thoroughly and responsibly.