The Mothers' Room was established to support working families at Loyola University Maryland. This room is a private, quiet and peaceful space to let a nursing mother express breast milk for her nursing child for one year after the child’s birth each time such employee has a need to express the milk. Be sure to speak with your supervisor about the amount of time you’ll need to pump your milk, how it can fit into your workday schedule and how you can make up any extra break time that you take.
Mothers’ Room Locations and Access
Evergreen Campus – Room 016, located on the lower level of Jenkins Hall. Visit Jenkins Hall Suite 220 or call x2345 to check out a key.
Graduate Center Timonium Campus – Room 43, Visit the front desk to check out a key.
Graduate Center Columbia Campus – Room 367, Visit the front office, Suite 130, to check out a key.
Please respect all the families who need to use this room by keeping the space clean and limiting use to lactation only.
Affordable Care Act: Breast pumps, Lactation Services and Coverage
Did you know that some breastfeeding supplies are considered preventive services under the Affordable Care Act? Coverage is provided through Loyola’s medical insurance plans for:
Please contact Cigna customer service at 1-800-244-6224 for questions related to the purchase or rental of any of the above referenced supplies.
This website provides a summary of the benefits available. The University reserves the right to modify, amend, suspend or terminate any plan at any time, and for any reason without prior notification. You will be notified of any changes to these plans and how they affect your benefits, if at all. The plans described on this website are governed by insurance contracts and plan documents, which are available for examination. We have attempted to make explanations of the plans on this website as accurate as possible. However, should there be a discrepancy between this website and the provisions of the insurance contracts or plan documents, the provisions of the insurance contracts or plan documents will govern. In addition, you should not rely on any oral descriptions of these plans, since the written descriptions in the insurance contracts and plan documents will always govern.