ALANA (African, Latinx, Asian and Native American) Services is committed to providing support, services, and programs that encourage the success of students of color at Loyola University Maryland. Through intentional programming and a broad spectrum of services, we seek to foster the academic, personal, spiritual, and leadership development of ALANA students.
As a department, ALANA sponsors a variety of programs aimed at enriching and educating members of Loyola's campus community about issues related to diversity, inclusion and cultural awareness.
ALANA Services joins the rest of the Loyola community in expressing our grief, sorrow and compassion for the racial injustices and tragedies that have been occurring across our nation.
If you are seeking resources regarding restorative practices, as well information for practicing allyship, please check out the Racial Violence & Injustice Webpage provided by the Counseling Center
Plans for Reopening Loyola's Campuses in the Spring Semester
Please visit the website for Loyola's Plans for Reopening Campuses in the Spring Semester. This page has information regarding healthy & safety, classes/academic instruction, campus life, facilities management & maintenance, and labor & employment.
ALANA Services In-Person Guidelines for Return to Campus in the Spring Semester
Check out our in-person guidelines for ALANA Services programming and use of the Center for Intercultural Engagement.
Andrew White Student Center
3rd Floor, E315
Center for Intercultural Engagement (CIE) Hours
*available upon request; designated study hours during mid-terms and finals