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Residence Life

Deciding where to live on campus is an important decision. To make it a little easier, we offer a variety of living environments. Students will be placed in a residential area based on their preferences and room type availability. All first-year placements are done using a computer program that assigns students based on their housing application. Therefore all incoming students who pay their deposit by the May 1 deadline have an equal chance of getting their first choice of room type.

For more information, visit the office of student life. A majority of first-year students will reside in double rooms or special interest housing.

Double Room

  • Shared by two people
  • Each student is provided with a desk, desk chair, dresser, closet or wardrobe, and a bed
  • Share a common bath area with approximately two to eight other students
  • Each residential area has a full-size kitchen, lounges, study areas, computer labs, and laundry facilities
  • Located in residence halls that house first-year students only
  • Double rooms are located in Butler Hall, Hammerman Hall, Hopkins Court, and Flannery O'Connor Hall
Students in room

*Residential students participating in Messina will live in doubles-style housing, and many of these seminars will be taught in classrooms located in their residence hall.

Suites/Apartments

  • Shared by four to six students
  • Each student is provided with a desk, desk chair, dresser, closet or wardrobe, and a bed
  • Each suite contains a bathroom and a kitchen, which are shared by those who live in that suite
  • There are lounges, study areas, computer labs, and laundry facilities in each residential area
  • Located in residential areas that house first-year and upper-class students. Suites are located in Lange Court and apartments in Campion Tower.
Suite

*Residential students participating in Loyola 101 will live in apartment- and suite style-housing.

Themed Communities


Students can sign up for the Themed Communities during the housing registration session on Day Two of Summer Orientation.

Get an inside look

Curious what life is really like for a Greyhound? Take a look at the Everyday Loyola Project and see what students really do once they get to campus!

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