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Loyola University New Orleans Official Update September 4, 2005

Loyola press release - October 3, 2005

Loyola University New Orleans is closed for this semester and will reopen in January 2006. Our 27 sister Jesuit institutions have generously offered support by making arrangements to accept Loyola students this fall semester. Arrangements with LSU in Baton Rouge have also been made for our students to attend LSU for the fall semester. First year law students will be able to attend the University of Houston. Second and third year students will be able to take courses at institutions listed on the Association of American Law Schools web site at www.aals.org/

The university has set-up temporary administrative offices in Alexandria, Louisiana. The mailing address is:

Loyola University New Orleans
Central Louisiana Business Incubator
1501 -A Wimbledon
Suites 148/150
Alexandria, LA 71301

A 1-800 number is also being established and will be posted as soon as we know it. More information will be forthcoming to answer the many questions of students, parents, faculty, staff, and others. Please be patient as we set up our communications and staff to continue administration operations.

Announcement for Faculty and Staff:

Loyola University New Orleans staff and faculty will be paid through the fall semester. For those with direct payroll deposit, your payroll check will be deposited as usual. For those employees who do not have direct deposit, please contact by mail the Loyola University New Orleans Temporary Administrative Offices at Central Louisiana Business Incubator, 1501-A, Suite 148/150, Alexandria, LA., 71301 to make arrangements for your paycheck to be mailed. The following information must be included: name, department, supervisor, previous mailing address, current mailing address, social security number. Checks can not be issued without this information.

Loyola administators working in the administrative offices in Alexandria will soon have more information and details regarding employee health benefits with Blue Cross for those who are temporarily living out-of-state. A 1-800 number is being established for employees who have questions. As soon as we know this number and have more information, it will be posted on the AJCU web site, our temporary emergency web site, and our blog www.loyolaneworleans.blogspot.com. Please be patient as we set up our communications and staff to continue administration operations.



Posted on September 4, 2005