Loyola's response to COVID-19
Loyola will continue online-only instruction through the summer. Until further notice, all Loyola campuses are closed to all but authorized personnel. The University is actively planning and working toward offering a safe in-person residential learning experience for students this fall.
Check Loyola's emergency information page for the current status on University events and services.
If any member of our community is diagnosed with COVID-19, students should call the Student Health Center directly, and faculty, staff, and administrators should contact their supervisors.
Please check back as this page will continue to be updated with more information. Questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Students who are in need of additional accommodations and support should reach out to the office of disability services at 410-617-2062.
- Graduate courses continue to run online through the summer semester. Contact your program for more details.
- While students are away from campus due to the coronavirus response plan, the Counseling Center is offering remote services to students. The Center will be operating during our usual business hours of Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Students may contact the Counseling Center at 410-617-2273 during usual operating hours. If you experience a mental health crisis or emergency while away from campus, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. Additional crisis resources are available here.
- Do you have books you need to return to the Loyola/Notre Dame Library? When you return to campus for move-out, you can place your books in the book drop by the campus post office or inside the main entrance of the Library. Due dates have been extended, but eventually you will be fined if USMAI books are not returned. For more info, reach out to email@example.com.
- For questions regarding spring move out visit the Student Life Spring 2020 Move Out website.
Faculty, Staff, and Administrators
- If employees have work-related COVID-19 concerns, they should contact the office of human resources. Further information will be provided by human resources.
- Please see the Employee and Supervisor FAQs for important information provided from human resources.
The deposit deadline for undergraduate students for fall 2020 is June 1.
Students have opportunities to explore our campus through virtual admission events, social media, and our explore page.
- Graduate programs will continue to run fully online through the summer semester.
- Deadlines have not changed, but the office of graduate admission is willing to accommodate you if you have extenuating circumstances.
- All transcripts are being collected via email as PDFs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The graduate application fee will be waived through the 2020-2021 academic year.
- Students may explore their programs through their program websites and social media or by contacting graduate admission.
Emergency Relief Fund
Loyola has created an Emergency Relief Fund to provide critical need-based financial aid for students and their families affected by the pandemic. A gift of any size could make the difference to those who want to stay at Loyola but may not be able to do so due to changed financial circumstances.
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