Loyola University is a community that welcomes people of diverse backgrounds and experiences.
As a Loyola student, you have a responsibility to take an active role in fostering a sense of community and sending the message that mistreatment of others and insensitivity within our campus will not be tolerated. Students who feel they have been harmed by bias related behaviors, the target of bias, or witnessed bias related behavior, may report the incident online, or contact the Vice President for Student Development Office. Thank you for taking a step toward creating a more inclusive community.
If you are interested in creating a community that welcomes people from diverse backgrounds and experiences, below is a list of organizations and departments that provide educational diversity programs and resources.
- Action for Autism
- Active Minds
- Addressing the System
- African Student Association Union
- American Sign Language Club
- Asian Cultural Alliance
- Association of Latin American and Spanish Students
- Black Students Association
- Caribbean Student Union
- The Clothesline Project
- Disability is Diversity
- Diversity Peer Educators
- Interfaith Youth Corps
- LGBTQ+ Experience
- Loyola Rising
- Middle Eastern South Asian Alliance
- Mosaic: A Women of Color Initiative
- Peace and Justice Club
- Society for Underrepresented Pre-Health Students