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Ways to Engage

Students doing paint night, posing for a photo, and kayaking

With more than 140 student-led clubs and organizations—from academic clubs, student government, publications and broadcast to music, dance, and special interest clubs—there is truly something for everyone here at Loyola. In the off chance you can’t find the perfect club for you, you can start a club of your own.

Beyond clubs, the office of student engagement offers myriad programs and opportunities for leadership roles, mentorship, conferences, and more to help you become civically engaged at Loyola. Whether you want to become an Evergreen or attend a leadership conference, our office is here to help!

There are events and activities sponsored by our office as well as by other divisions across the University. The best way to stay in-the-know about how to get involved is by reading Loyola Today and by our brand-new student engagement platform, the Loyola Bridge. The university’s event calendar also posts university-wide and community events throughout the calendar year.

Other ways to get involved on campus