Many Loyola offices provide services to assist you with life’s challenges and circumstances and to help you become successful. Below is a listing of some of the offices that you may find helpful during your time here:
410-617-5050, Maryland Hall 043
Provides student resources for academic support, including assistance for students who are struggling academically, services for students with learning disabilities, core and major advisor support, and handling of issues related to major declaration, course registration/addition/ withdrawal, and pre-approval of summer transfer courses.
410-617-2310, Student Center E313
Provides support, services and programs to facilitate the success of African, Latino, Asian and Native American students.
410-617-2768, Cohn Hall 12
Facilitates opportunities for worship, music, retreats, spiritual development, and pastoral care.
410-617-2380, Cohn Hall 08
Engages students in involvement with and action on behalf of individuals, groups, and communities who experience poverty, hunger, homelessness, educational disadvantage, and other forms of marginalization.
410-617-5010, 5104 York Road
Provides police and security services to the Loyola community using crime prevention strategies, educational awareness programs, and highly visible bike, foot, and vehicle patrols.
410-617-2750, Neman Towers W107
Provides support and accommodations for students with a documented disability, including note-takers, books in alternative format, testing modifications, housing modifications, organization coaching, etc.
410-617-2576, Humanities 211
Administers all scholarship, grant, loan, and work-study financial aid programs available to students.
410-617-2910, Humanities 132
Supports Loyola’s special commitment to promote international education by offering a wide range of study abroad opportunities and persistent support of international activities on campus.
Provides students with information services and resources required to support their academic programs and educational concerns.
410-617-5453, FAC 100
Provides an array of recreation opportunities in an educational, social, and supportive environment including cardio/strength training, group exercise, yoga, pilates, fitness assessments, personal fitness training, swim lessons, intramural sports, club sports, outdoor adventures, ballroom dancing, scuba, lifeguarding and CPR courses, and numerous student employment opportunities.
410-617-2713, Student Center E211
Develops activities in conjunction with campus leaders to meet the social and cultural needs of students, such as Best of Baltimore, OPTIONS and more than 100 student organizations.
410-617-5696, Student Center 413 and Seton Court 4508A
Consists of first-year/new student programs, sophomore year initiatives, and leadership/civic engagement, and aims to address the developmental needs of students in transition, deepen students’ understanding of principles of a Jesuit education, and promote the development of ethical/civic-minded leaders and community members.
410- 617-5055, Seton Court 02A
Provides active promotion, health protection, and disease prevention services for students consistent with the educational mission of the University.
410-617-5081, Seton Court 08B
Coordinates the residential experience of students to encourage a healthy community and assists with support for students on their own for the first time.
410-617-2928, Seton Court 02B
Helps students make safe and healthy choices regarding alcohol and drug use by providing a variety of programs and services including education, counseling, treatment and campus prevention. Individual and group support services are also offered to students seeking abstinence from drug or alcohol use, and students from homes with drug or alcohol problems, often called Adult Children of Alcoholics.
410-617-2232, College Center CT W002
Career advisors available to help students discover their career passion and assist in choosing or changing a major, clarifying interests, obtaining full-time, part-time, summer employment, and/or internship opportunities, improving job readiness skills, and selecting/applying to grad school, etc.
410-617-2104, Jenkins Hall 310
The Study is an academic resource center which provides free peer tutoring, a quiet study environment, a computer lab, and academic success workshops on study skills like note-taking, time management, and test preparation strategies. Students can also receive free individual or small group academic counseling.
410-617-5415, Maryland Hall 057
Provides consulting services for both graduate and undergraduate students at all three campuses to assist writers in all stages of the writing process from brainstorming to drafting, to the final revisions. Consultants encourage decisions on style, voice, audience, and purpose.
Note: These sites are not maintained by Loyola's Counseling Center. These pages may be helpful but are not meant to replace consultation with a mental health professional.