Alumni House

Front view of The Rev. Brian F. Linnane, S.J. Alumni House

PLEASE NOTE: Because of COVID-19 and limited visitation to Loyola's campus, Alumni House is currently not open to visitors.

The Rev. Brian F. Linnane, S.J., Alumni House is a welcoming place on the Evergreen campus for all alumni to visit, gather, and enjoy special events. The offices of alumni engagement, advancement events, and donor relations are located inside the house. We look forward to sharing this home with our Loyola community.

Alumni House Information
Address 208 E. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21212
Hours of Operation Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Phone 410-617-2475
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About the Alumni House

Constructed in 1927, this three-story Federal-style brick colonial sits on more than one acre and is adjacent to Armiger House, the residence of the president of Loyola University Maryland.

John Cochran III, ’73, a former trustee, and his wife, Patricia, earmarked a portion of their $5 million gift during the university’s Bright Minds, Bold Hearts comprehensive campaign to the purchase, renovation, and repurposing of the house—and named it the Rev. Brian F. Linnane, S.J., Alumni House.

The Alumni House opened its doors to the Loyola community on January 13, 2014.

Furnished, living room-style lounges on the first floor are open to alumni who stop in during the week, and staff is available to help graduates connect with the university and its alumni resources and services.

The house and its grounds are used for alumni events, gatherings, and meetings throughout the year.


The Alumni House is open to visitors, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m - 4 p.m. Please use the main entrance located on the front of the house when visiting. The Alumni House is closed whenever the University is closed.


A limited number of visitor parking spaces are available at the house. If you plan to visit, please call or email ahead to reserve a parking space. We will do our best to fill all requests received. Additional parking is available in the Jenkins Parking Lot, one block west of the Alumni House on East Cold Spring Lane.


The Alumni House is accessible for those with disabilities, including ground-floor access, handicapped parking space, ramps, and a wheelchair-accessible bathroom. The handicap access is located in the back of the house.

Available Event Spaces

The first floor of the Alumni House has spaces available for use by alumni groups. If you are interested in learning more about reserving the space for a meeting or a particular function, please contact

Because of COVID-19 and limited visitation to Loyola's campus, please note that event space is currently unavailable.

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Make an Impact

There are a number of ways to engage with Loyola as a graduate and show your Greyhound pride—from volunteering or mentoring current students to serving on a committee or advisory board to attending networking or campus events. Discover the myriad ways our Greyhound community can connect—or reconnect—with our University and one another.

A Loyola job fair

Serving as a volunteer is a terrific way to give back, pay it forward, and make a lasting impact. You decide what type of activity is of personal significance to you: every contribution of your time, knowledge, and skill is appreciated and valued. Stay connected to Loyola and share your talents for the benefit of our students, campus community, and fellow alumni.

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Make a Gift

The impact of a Loyola education relies on support of alumni and friends to ensure that our university continues to provide a world-class Jesuit liberal arts education to the next generation of students who will lead and serve in a diverse and changing world. Whether you give to our Evergreen Annual Fund to fund academic scholarships, help support diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, name Loyola as a beneficiary in estate plans, or give to Greyhounds Athletics, your donation is guaranteed to make an impact.

A Loyola networking event
Network with fellow alumni

Loyola’s Career Services are available to all Loyola alumni. The Career Services team works with alumni at any point in their career journeys, from new graduates to late-career changes. Benefits include career counseling and coaching, networking events, workshops, as well as job and internship connections.

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Cheer on the Greyhounds!

One of the best (and most fun!) ways to engage with Loyola is by cheering on our Greyhounds Athletics teams—in the stands at Ridley Athletic Complex, on the road as they travel for Patriot League and regional play, or even from home with alumni and friends at a watch party!