Loyola University Maryland

Student Activities

Late Night

Students at events during Late Night

The Late Night program at Loyola University Maryland is designed to offer students social, cultural, and athletic programs on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. 

From Midnight Breakfasts, to concerts, to theater productions and so much more, Late Night offers students inexpensive if not free entertainment.

Do you have suggestions for Late Night programs? Visit Student Activities in person (3rd floor, Andrew White Student Center) and talk with us about your ideas.

Schedule of Events

Campus Ministry presents Evensong
Alumni Chapel at 5 PM followed by fellowship in Cohn Hall 133

ALAS presents Growing Up First: Stories of First Generation College Students
4th Floor Programming Room  5-6:30 PM

Cases of Conscience featuring Paul Strohn
Sponsored by the English Department
McGuire Hall  5:30-7 PM

The Women's Center presents The Sex Myth
A discussion with author Rachel Hills about the social &
cultural forces that impact our sense of relationships.
Sellinger VIP Lounge  6-8 PM

Swimming and Diving Meet
FAC  5-9 PM

Sophomore Mystery Bus sponsored by Student Engagement
$10/student - sign up in Seton Court 4508 A
5:30-10 PM

Hound-O-Ween Fall Film Festival
Sponsored by SGA and RHA. 
The Quad  8 PM (rain site is Knott Hall B 03)

BSA presents Light Out Party
$5/student - purchase tickets at box office by Boulder
4th Floor Programming Room  11 PM - 2 AM

Midnight Breakfast featuring Egg Frittatas
Boulder Cafe  12-2 AM
A Loyola student ID is required to attend.

Magic the Gathering event sponsored by the Club
Hopkins Lounge  6-9 PM

SGA presents:  B.J. Novak
The comedian and writer performs live at Loyola!
Reitz Arena  8-11 PM

Late Night Snack featuring Taquitos
Boulder Cafe  12-2 AM
A Loyola student ID is required to attend.

For more information about events for students, click here to view our Student Calendar.

Students interested in learning more about weekend arts/cultural events in the local community can visit Culture Fly, an online resource that includes a Baltimore arts and culture calendar of events.  Or, visit the Baltimore Collegetown Network website.