We encourage and welcome students to become involved on campus with health-related groups and support networks.
For more information about any of the below groups, please contact club advisor/moderator:
Marlena Waugh, MS, CRNP, CHWP
Assistant Director & Senior Clinician
Student Health Advisory Council
The Student Health Advisory Council is a campus organization led by students to promote increased student participation on University health issues at Loyola. The goals of the Student Health Advisory Board are to ensure optimal care for students, review student feedback to the Student Health Service administration and to act as a liaison between students and health center staff. Most importantly, the board also works in conjunction with the Student Health Center to help disseminate health information to the student body and create awareness of both general and special services available at the Health Center.
SHC Cancer Survivors Group
Students who have been affected by cancer and who are interested in supporting each other through the sharing of experiences and resources are encourages to contact the Student Health Center.
College Diabetes Network
The College Diabetes Network is open to any student at Loyola. The goals of this club are to create a supportive and educational network for students on campus with Type 1 Diabetes, as well as to raise awareness campus-wide about this chronic illness.
The Student Health Center often collaborates with other services of the University in order to not only promote health, but also student success and engagement within the Loyola community.
Student Support and Wellness Promotion (SSWP)
SSWP helps to support students who face personal and substance use-related challenges. They help students with available resources and initiating collaborative relationships with community partners.
The Loyola Counseling Center
The Counseling Center provides group therapy and support groups as well as individual counseling services.
Disability Support Services (DSS)
Disability Support Services provides appropriate and reasonable support, accommodations, and necessary modifications so that students with disabilities may fully participate in all classes, programs and activities at Loyola.
The women’s center is open to all members of the Loyola community, serving as a safe area where women’s issues may be freely discussed. They are dedicated to empowering women and men by educating the university and surrounding community on issues of gender equality.