Loyola University Maryland

Student Life

Returning Students

Housing Selection Delay

Housing selection is being delayed as a result of the extension of online-only instruction through the close of the spring semester. Information about housing selection will be posted here as it becomes available.

Read the Housing Selection Timeline e-mail sent to students on March 20, 2020

Students in a residence hall common room working on a computerWhether you are returning to Loyola as a rising sophomore, junior, or senior, we encourage you to choose Loyola’s on-campus housing. Through our housing process, you will have the opportunity to select your roommates and your room.

Why Live On Campus?

  1. Convenience: Why drive to class when you can walk?
  2. Parking: Resident-specific parking lots near your building.
  3. Hassle-free living: Everything is included—no paying monthly bills or hiring maintenance contractors.
  4. Better grades: Studies have shown students who live on campus get better grades, and are more likely to graduate in 4 years.
  5. Friends: There is no easier way to meet friends than living on campus with more than 3,000 residents.
  6. Security: The residence halls are secured and monitored 24/7.
  7. Amenities: Internet connection, fitness & aquatic center, and more!
  8. Access: Easily access local shopping centers on the shuttle.
  9. Time management: It's easier to complete everything you need to do when you live within minutes of The Study, classrooms, and athletics.
  10. One-on-one attention: Our department structure allows for students to interact one-on-one with resident assistants and professional staff.