Virtual events just for parents and caregivers.
Meet the Dean Recorded Videos
Thank you to the students and families who joined our Meet the Dean virtual town hall events! If you were unable to attend live, please check out the recorded event below for tons of information and insights from your college.
College of Business
If you have any questions, please contact your advisor for the College of Business.
Freshman Academic Advisor
Transfer Academic Advisor
College of Music and Media
If you have any questions, please contact the College of Music and Media.
Director of Student Services
College of Arts and Sciences
No recording available. Please contact your advisor with any questions.
CAS students with last names A-J:
Contact Sara Clark
CAS students with last names K-Z:
Contact Veronica Aviles
It’s time to set up your digital accounts so you can access vital information to prepare for your arrival. These are the most important platforms you’ll use on a regular basis as a student at Loyola.
- Log into the Loyola Network through our Single Sign On (SSO) portal
- Access your LORA account
- Sign into your LOYNO Gmail account
Once you're logged into your Gmail account, you can change your name by following these instructions.
Want to see what's in store for you this fall? Visit your Admissions Status Portal and complete the "Academic Advising and Involvement Interest Survey."
We'll use the information you provide to create a draft schedule of classes for your first semester. Once you complete the survey, a faculty member in the department you've declared as your major will work one-on-one with you to fine-tune your schedule.
You can always schedule a meeting with one of our academic advisors if you have other questions to help you prepare for success at Loyola.
We are here to help in every facet of your college experience — including how you pay for it. Our team at Student Financial Services will work one-on-one with your family to determine the best payment options for you.
You can start this process by completing the Affordability Questionnaire in your Admissions Status Portal.
Contact Student Financial Services for assistance by phone at 504.865.3337 or by email at SFSCenter@loyno.edu.
You have three health-related action items:
- Submit immunization documentation. You can print the Proof of Immunization Compliance Form and have it completed and signed by your physician or treatment provider, then upload your immunization record to your Admissions Status Portal.
- Submit your COVID-19 vaccination record or exemption request. All students attending in-person classes or spending any amount of time on campus for the 2021 – 2022 academic year are required to get vaccinated or submit an exemption on our COVID-19 Vaccination Portal by July 16, 2021. Learn more on our FAQ page.
- Review your required student health insurance plan or waive coverage. You will be automatically enrolled in Loyola’s student health insurance plan, and you must provide proof of comparable, existing insurance coverage for the 2021 – 2022 academic year in order to waive coverage through Loyola. See the details on our Student Insurance page.
If you have questions about any of these action items, please contact Student Health Services at 504.865.3326 with any questions.
Log into your Admissions Status Portal and upload your headshot in the "Upload Materials" section. Be sure to select "ID Photo" from the dropdown menu. We will use your photo to make your Loyola ID, which you will receive during Wolf Pack Welcome once you arrive in August. Please submit your photo by July 1 for processing.
- Photos should reflect your current appearance—no sunglasses, hats, or head coverings (unless worn for religious purposes)
- Stand in front of a plain, light colored background and use a neutral face expression with both eyes open
- Place camera directly in front you: full face and shoulder tops should be visible
- Clear, color images that are oriented upright only with a high resolution JPEG format (most cell phone cameras can provide this)
- Photos taken of your driver's license, current school ID, passport or that feature another person in them will not be accepted
Wolf Pack Wednesday Email Newsletter
Preparing for your first year of college takes careful planning and organization. We want to make it as seamless and engaging as possible for you. Keep an eye out for the Wolf Pack Wednesday email newsletter featuring important information and resources to help you prepare for your first year at Loyola University New Orleans. It's sent to all admitted first-year students via email every Wednesday and will continue through the start of your first semester as you get settled into college life.
Parents/Guardians: If you'd like to receive our weekly newsletter as well, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to get added to our subscriber list.
Fall 2021 Email Schedule and Archive
We're so excited to welcome you to Loyola for the Fall 2021 semester! Get a preview of the Wolf Pack Wednesday email content and review archived emails in case you can't find them in your inbox. Archived Wolf Pack Wednesday emails are added weekly after they are sent out to all incoming students via email.
Wolf Pack Wednesday Welcome: May 12
Your first introduction to the newsletter and a preview of what to expect each week.
Residential Life: May 19
Get the lowdown on how to apply for housing, what to pack, and how to prepare for move-in day.
Jesuit Values: May 26
At Loyola, we care for the whole you — your mind, body, and spirit. Our Jesuit values inspire us to be our best selves.
University Traditions: June 2
Late-night pancakes, a dance marathon with students around the country, MLK day of service — you’re not going to want to miss these Loyola favorites.
Orientation and Wolf Pack Welcome: June 9
Diversity and Social Justice: June 16
We don’t just talk about diversity at Loyola; find out how we live it every day.
Foreign Languages and Study Abroad: June 23
Student Financial Services: June 30
We’ll share how to view and pay your e-bill. Get a jumpstart by exploring our easy payment options.
Loyola Dining Services: July 7
Find out about flexible dining options available on campus—including the fan favorite, Catfish Fridays.
Student Health and Counseling Services: July 14
Health and wellness has never felt more vital to our community. We’re here to keep you feeling your best.
Student Success Center: July 21
We all learn in different ways. Our Student Success Center will help you find the tools and resources that work best for you.
Wolf Pack Welcome: July 28
Prepare for an immersive experience to bond with your fellow incoming classmates once you arrive in August.
Parking Services: August 4
Your car deserves a safe and secure home, too! We’ll share details for how to get a parking pass and run through the available parking services.
University Bookstore: August 4
The bookstore will be your go-to source to prep for your first semester. Plus, you can shop Wolf Pack apparel any time!
Sorority and Fraternity Life: August 11
Form lifelong friendships and become an active member of your community. Explore the benefits of joining a sorority or fraternity.
Commuter Resources: August 13
Explore the Commuter Student Website for everything you need to know regarding commuter life at Loyola.
HowlConnect and University Programming Board: August 18
There are endless ways to find your fit at Loyola. Browse all the opportunities to get involved through HowlConnect and join events through University Programming Board.
First Week Success: August 25
Find tips to make the most of your first week of the semester and get answers to our most common questions at the start of a new school year.
Student Government Association: September 1
Meet your Student Government Association and find out who’s taking the lead to make sure your voice is heard.
Student Life & Ministry: September 8
We’ll share an overview of SLM and tell you how you can become involved in one of our 120+ student organizations!
Club Sports, Recreation, and Athletics: September 15
Spiritual Life on Campus: September 22
You'll have many different ways to celebrate spirituality and diverse religious perspectives on campus.
Exploring NOLA: September 29
Your new home is world-renowned for its vibrant culture, traditions, and delicious food. Find out what life is like in the Big Easy.