Visit

There’s no better way to learn about Loyola than to experience it firsthand. We invite you to explore our 80 green acres and classically collegiate buildings that make up our beautiful campus and meet members of our community. Once you set foot on the picturesque Evergreen Campus, it will be hard to imagine spending four years anywhere else.

Information Sessions & Campus Tours

Information sessions and campus tours are available most weekdays and select Saturdays year-round. These introductory visits provide a general overview of Loyola to students and their families.

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Open Houses

Offered in the fall for prospective students and in the spring for admitted high school seniors and transfer students, open houses are our most comprehensive visit opportunity.

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Additional Visit Opportunities

Virtual Tour

Whether you are preparing for your visit, or can’t make it in person, use this virtual walking tour to explore our beautiful campus with 360 panoramic images, photos, videos, and optional commentary from student guides.

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Class Visits

Sitting in on a class will give you a personal look at the academic life on campus. You may wish to attend a class in your intended major, or perhaps see what one of the core courses entails. Our admission office will coordinate with faculty members to arrange a convenient time for you to join and observe a class that fits your interests.

Due to the small size of classes at Loyola, class visits are reserved for high school seniors and transfer students only. Class visit requests typically require two weeks' notice. We are unable to provide class visits at the start and end of each semester, thus visits tend to work best between late September to late November and early February to mid April.

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Group Visits

Loyola welcomes chaperoned groups for campus tours on most weekdays. The tour will be led by a current Loyola student and will typically feature the academic quad, dining facilities, library, a classroom, and a residence hall. The tour will last 45-60 minutes.

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