Loyola University Maryland

Coronavirus Updates

Employee Support Resources

Recognizing that faculty, staff, and administrators who are working remotely will have particular opportunities and challenges during this time, the University has compiled some resources that may be helpful to employees and their families.

Voluntary Guided Employee Discussions

Request a guided discussion which provides employees a space to discuss reactions and coping strategies related to stressful events in times of COIVD-19.

Prayerful hope for the Loyola community

Remote Working Tips

Health and Wellness

Visit the websites below to register:


Note: MDLIVE is only available for medical visits. For covered services related to mental health and substance abuse, employees have access to the Cigna Behavioral Health network of providers.
         • Go to https://apps.cignabehavioral.com/web/consumer.do#/findAtherapist to search for a video telehealth specialist
         • Call to make an appointment with your selected provider

Grief Resources

  • COVID-grief presentation (offered by Loyola's Counseling Center)
  • Supporting Students and Ourselves (offered by Loyola's Counseling Center)
  • Grief Responses to COVID (offered by Loyola's Counseling Center)
  • Loyola’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP through KEPRO provides free grief support to individuals. For telephone support and/or counseling, contact The EAP at 1-800-765-0770, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For additional resources related to coping with the COVID-19 Crisis, please visit the www.EAPhelplink.com, Company Code “LOYOLA.” For information about support for workplace teams, please reach out to your HR partner.
  • Campus Ministry may also be available to provide support to colleagues when a loss occurs that touches a department or team within the University.

Financial and Food Assistance

Training and Learning Opportunities

Care for Senior Relatives

  • Senior Call Check Program: Free, opt-in, telephonic service to check on Maryland’s older residents, all across the state. Call toll-free 866-502-0560.
    • If there are factors that prevent participants from picking up a meal, meals can be delivered as an option by calling the Maryland Access Point at 410-396-CARE (2273), for eligibility into the home-delivered meal program. Information about senior center locations can also be found by calling the Maryland Access Point number.

Resources for Parents



Family Fun



Exercise and Wellness


Arts and Crafts