All students are required to provide updated permanent home address and contact information to the University on a yearly basis. Students living off campus are also required to provide their local address and cell phone information to the University according to instructions from the Office of Student Life. This is to ensure accuracy of this information so that the University can reach students for business purposes and in cases of emergency. As outlined in the Community Standards (section 14.j.), failure to provide this information may result in the student's inability to register for classes and/or removal from registered classes, the loss of campus privileges, and/or a fine.
Home address and contact information may be submitted and/or updated using the following methods:
To verify and submit changes to permanent home address information, click WebAdvisor for Students > User Account > Address/Personal E-Mail Changes.
To update permanent home and billing information, click WebAdvisor for Students > Academic Profile > Undergraduate Demographics Update.
To update off-campus housing information, click WebAdvisor for Students > Academic Profile > Off-Campus/Commuter Address. Requirements for submitting this information are available on the off-campus housing page of the Student Life website.
Mail-In or In-Person
When making changes to any address (permanent, local, or billing), please submit a Change of Name/Address Form to the Records Office, Maryland Hall 141, Loyola University Maryland, 4501 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210-2699. If you are unable to print the online form, you may pick one up from the Records Office or forward the new address and telephone number (cell phone number required) in writing to the address above.
International students are required by Immigration Services to provide a foreign address and a local U.S. address. The foreign address is considered your home address and the U.S. address is considered your local address. If you wish to update your U.S. address, please contact the International Student Advisor in the Office of International Programs, 410-617- 5245.
All undergraduate students are assigned a mailbox, located in the College Center on the Baltimore Campus. Students should check their campus mail on a regular basis.