Sellinger School of Business and Management

Designed by the architect who built Bill Gates' home, the Sellinger School of Business and Management building anchors Loyola's Quad. In addition to its smart classrooms, lounges, computer lab, and cafe, it features the Student Experiential Learning Lab (SELL) where students manage a real portfolio of University endowment funds, partner with faculty on market research, and learn to manipulate, use, and make value-based decisions with applied market data.

Beatty Hall

With its elegant stonework and collegiate gothic details, Beatty Hall is one of Loyola's two original buildings. Named for former Loyola president Rev. Vincent Beatty, S.J., the building is now home to the School of Education and the departments of political science, psychology, and sociology.

Knott Hall

Knott Hall is our technological hub, housing the math, computer science, and engineering departments. The technology services center here is also worth raving about; not only is it an authorized Mac repair center, but they'll give you a loaner laptop while they fix yours.

Donnelly Science Center

Updates and renovations to the Donnelly Science Center were completed in fall 2011. The building features modern classrooms and research space, including a robotics lab for the biology, chemistry, computer science, and physics departments located here.

Jenkins Hall

Perhaps you need someone to skim a few paragraphs of a proposal for marketing class, or maybe you need a critical eye to tackle your latest research paper. The student tutors at Jenkins' Writing Center are prepared to help you perfect your writing. Another great academic resource available here is the Study, a spacious (and silent) third floor lounge where you can also get tutoring for many of your classes.

Knott Humanities Center

The porch of the Knott Humanities Center overlooks the Quad and is universally considered by our students to be prime real estate for studying, socializing, and enjoying an iced coffee on a warm spring day. The building itself is a converted mansion, home to Loyola's humanities departments and the office of the president. Inside you'll also find circular seminar rooms meant to foster class discussion and an honors lounge on the third floor, along with the office of undergraduate admission and financial aid. On the first floor be sure to visit the Hug Lounge, a quiet reading destination wrapped in mahogany bookshelves.

Loyola/Notre Dame Library

Shared by Loyola and Notre Dame of Maryland University, the library has a wealth of research material and study space, as well as a vast digital media center filled with DVDs you can check out for class or just for fun. Librarians are on hand 24 hours a day via text or instant message to answer questions, but if what you need isn't among the 800,000 books or 391,000 e-books available through our catalog, you can get almost any book in 1-2 weeks through interlibrary loan.

Loyola Clinical Centers at Belvedere Square

At the Loyola Clinical Centers' state-of-the-art facilities, experienced faculty provide hands-on clinical training to Loyola graduate students, and together they supply affordable, quality care to underserved members of the greater Baltimore community. Disciplines and treatment include psychology, pastoral counseling, literacy, hearing, speech, and language.

Flannery O'Connor Hall

Our newest first-year residence hall is also our greenest: Flannery O'Connor Hall is heated and cooled with a geothermal system. Abundant common lounge space means movie nights are the norm, and the large windows make this modern building a bright place to call home. The Smart Market is also a convenient place to stop for snacks and groceries between classes.

Campion Tower

Four floors of first-year students and five flours of upper-class students call the apartment-style suites of Campion Tower home. Each suite's kitchen is furnished with a gas stove, refrigerator, sink, and cabinets, and all apartments have a dining table with chairs. Residents have 24/7 access to a computer lab, study lounge, laundry, and common area to meet all their study needs.

Newman Towers East and West

In Newman Towers, apartments of four, six, or eight students are equipped with kitchens, bathrooms, and common rooms. A large common lounge between the towers features a pool table and TV, making it a popular hangout spot. Newman residents also have the quickest access on campus to Iggy's Market, located on the ground floor and offering everything from fresh produce and meats to prepared foods.

Alumni Memorial Chapel

Built to honor Loyola graduates who served in World War II, the Alumni Memorial Chapel is the physical and spiritual center of the campus. All denominations are welcome and worship here, and it's also a popular spot for alumni to tie the knot and renew their vows. Each December, students pack the candlelit chapel for Lessons and Carols, a Christmas service with Advent songs and scripture readings.

Andrew White Student Center

Loyola's bookstore, student activities and athletics offices, Ikigaii Sushi, and Boulder Garden Cafe are all located in the student center. McGuire Hall is inside the student center and hosts numerous large university events and gatherings each year, including speeches by high-profile visitors. And don't miss the reading room on the third floor; grab-and-go breakfast and lunch fare, and a perfect place to study.

Cohn Hall

Located beneath the Alumni Memorial Chapel, Cohn Hall is home to Campus Ministry, where you can learn about prayer services and sign up for retreats to connect with spiritual life at Loyola.

Iggy's Market

Iggy's Market is modeled after upscale markets and provides a huge selection of made-from-scratch entrees, along with seasonal vegetables and side items. There's also pizza and an outstanding breakfast selection that features a make-your-own waffle station.

    Boulder Garden Cafe

    When it comes to dining, we like options: cooked-to-order organic eggs, fajitas, fresh burgers, hand-cut French fries, house-breaded chicken tenders, and more. Vegan and vegetarian grilled items are available daily. Soups, a salad bar, pizza, comfort foods, and delicious deli sandwiches are a go-to for students, along with an ever-changing international menu.

    Maryland Hall

    Students working on their foreign language requirement can visit Maryland Hall's Language Learning Center, where a catalogue of films and recordings will help you practice for listening exams. Academic advisors, student administrative services, the records office, and updated classrooms are also located here.

    DeChiaro College Center

    With the fine arts and communications departments here, DeChiaro provides a number of artistic resources to the campus. There are private practice rooms, a darkroom, and the Julio Fine Arts Gallery with rotating exhibits and regular artist talks. McManus Theatre hosts a number of student productions, including the a cappella showcase Chordbusters, perhaps Loyola's hottest ticket (students camp out overnight to get seats). Also in DeChiaro is the Career Center, where you can get advice on your major and guidance on finding an internship or your first job. And be sure to stop by Starbucks and Red Mango.

    St. Ignatius Statue

    Though St. Ignatius founded the Jesuits at the University of Paris in 1534, Loyola University Maryland was the first Jesuit college in the United States to bear his name. This statue not only commemorates this fact, but a rub of his foot has been known to grant good luck before an exam.

    Armiger House

    How accessible is our president, Father Linnane? You can find him at his house just across from Diane Geppi-Aikens Field-when he's not working out at the FAC or blogging from a trip abroad. And every spring he hosts a barbecue on his lawn for the senior class to celebrate their last weeks as undergrad Greyhounds.

    Ignatius House

    The core of Loyola's Jesuit community is found at Ignatius House, where there are living quarters for Jesuit priests and a small chapel. Its residents often host discussions with students over lunch in the residence dining room, and a Mass open most weekdays to all members of the community is held here as well.

    The Quad

    Surrounded by academic buildings, the quad's open space means it is a popular spot for playing Frisbee, studying, or holding class in warmer months. It's also the site of Loyolapalooza, our spring carnival and barbecue that features rides, carnival food, and performances by popular bands. Just a few steps off the quad and next to the Chapel is the 9/11 memorial garden, with a fountain and large oak trees that make it an ideal place for quiet reflection.

    Fitness and Aquatic Center

    The FAC, as it's affectionately referred to on campus, is a our epicenter of health and fitness. It has a rock climbing wall, squash and racquetball courts, an indoor track, cardio and weight rooms, an aquatic center, and free yoga, pilates, and fitness classes. It's no wonder Olympic swimmers Michael Phelps and Katie Hoff have trained here (Phelps filmed a Subway commercial next to the pool).

    Geppi-Aikens Field

    Named for the late, beloved women's lacrosse coach who brought the 2003 Greyhounds to a No. 1 ranking and the NCAA Division I semifinals, Geppi-Aikens Field is the playing field for club and intramural sports, a popular way for students to get involved in sports such as soccer, field hockey, and lacrosse at a non-varsity level.

    Reitz Arena

    Reitz Arena is the home court of the Greyhound basketball and volleyball teams, and the site of the extraordinarily popular Relay for Life, an annual all-night fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. The arena is converted into a music venue for our fall concert that has featured performers such as Girl Talk, Lupe Fiasco, Guster, and 311. Oh, and when our men's basketball team made it the NCAA Tournament in 2012, nearly 1,000 fans turned out for our Selection Sunday event here.

    Ridley Athletic Complex

    With synthetic turf fields and fan-friendly upscale facilities, this premier athletic complex is the impressive home of the men's and women's lacrosse and soccer teams. The complex opened in spring 2010 and is named for Loyola's late president, Rev. Harold Ridley, S.J., under whom the University's student body grew in size and diversity, and a number of vital campus structures including the Sellinger School of Business and Management and the FAC were constructed. Students decked out in green hop shuttles to home games here, and the Student Government Association hosts pre-game barbecues to prime fans for games on Awalt Field, the primary playing surface. The Sean Lugano Memorial Field, where the club rugby team competes, is named after a 1995 team captain who died in the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center.

    Tennis Courts

    Located next to Flannery O'Connor Hall are the tennis courts, where the Greyhounds men's and women's tennis varsity and intramural teams practice and compete. The courts are also open for use by those in the Loyola community looking for pick-up games.

    Xavier Hall

    Xavier Hall was Loyola's first chapel, donated from The Shrine of the Sacred Heart in nearby Mount Washington. Systematically disassembled, it was trucked to the Evergreen campus in the fall of 1924 and formally opened in February of 1925. The building is now home to the School of Education dean's office.

    Seton Court

    In the Charleston area of campus, first-year students live in traditional doubles or singles in Hopkins. Nearby Southwell Hall and Seton and Lange Courts offer upperclassmen a unique balance of independence and community in apartment-style houses. Alcohol and drug education support services, student health and education services, the office of student life, and the Women's Center are all in Seton as well.

    Southwell Hall

    In the Charleston area of campus, first-year students live in traditional doubles or singles in Hopkins. Nearby Southwell Hall and Seton and Lange Courts offer upperclassmen a unique balance of independence and community in apartment-style houses. Alcohol and drug education support services, student health and education services, the office of student life, and the Women's Center are all in Seton as well.

    Hopkins Court

    In the Charleston area of campus, first-year students live in traditional doubles or singles in Hopkins. Nearby Southwell Hall and Seton and Lange Courts offer upperclassmen a unique balance of independence and community in apartment-style houses. Alcohol and drug education support services, student health and education services, the office of student life, and the Women's Center are all in Seton as well.

    Lange Court

    In the Charleston area of campus, first-year students live in traditional doubles or singles in Hopkins. Nearby Southwell Hall and Seton and Lange Courts offer upperclassmen a unique balance of independence and community in apartment-style houses. Alcohol and drug education support services, student health and education services, the office of student life, and the Women's Center are all in Seton as well.

    Avila Hall

    In the Gardens Area, juniors and seniors live in apartment-style suites in Avila, Bellarmine, Claver, and Dorothy Day. A beach volleyball court and barbecue area mean you'll spend a lot of time socializing outside in warmer months. Gardens is also a hub for student media: the student radio station, WLOY, and campus newspaper, The Greyhound, are located in Bellarmine, while Greycomm Studios tapes student TV shows in Dorothy Day.

    Bellarmine Hall

    In the Gardens Area, juniors and seniors live in apartment-style suites in Avila, Bellarmine, Claver, and Dorothy Day. A beach volleyball court and barbecue area mean you'll spend a lot of time socializing outside in warmer months. Gardens is also a hub for student media: the student radio station, WLOY, and campus newspaper, The Greyhound, are located in Bellarmine, while Greycomm Studios tapes student TV shows in Dorothy Day.

    Claver Hall

    In the Gardens Area, juniors and seniors live in apartment-style suites in Avila, Bellarmine, Claver, and Dorothy Day. A beach volleyball court and barbecue area mean you'll spend a lot of time socializing outside in warmer months. Gardens is also a hub for student media: the student radio station, WLOY, and campus newspaper, The Greyhound, are located in Bellarmine, while Greycomm Studios tapes student TV shows in Dorothy Day.

    Dorothy Day Hall

    In the Gardens Area, juniors and seniors live in apartment-style suites in Avila, Bellarmine, Claver, and Dorothy Day. A beach volleyball court and barbecue area mean you'll spend a lot of time socializing outside in warmer months. Gardens is also a hub for student media: the student radio station, WLOY, and campus newspaper, The Greyhound, are located in Bellarmine, while Greycomm Studios tapes student TV shows in Dorothy Day.

    Butler Hall

    Butler and Hammerman, Loyola's first residence halls, house first-year students in traditional two-person rooms. Both have common areas that feature flat screen TVs and pool and foosball tables, making the lounges excellent places to relax and socialize. If you're looking for a more spiritual relaxation, Hammerman offers its own Zen retreat in the Fava Chapel, with grass mats for meditation, in addition to traditional weekly Masses.

    Hammerman House

    Butler and Hammerman, Loyola's first residence halls, house first-year students in traditional two-person rooms. Both have common areas that feature flat screen TVs and pool and foosball tables, making the lounges excellent places to relax and socialize. If you're looking for a more spiritual relaxation, Hammerman offers its own Zen retreat in the Fava Chapel, with grass mats for meditation, in addition to traditional weekly Masses.