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Welcome to Loyola

Find Your Next Steps

We're so happy you chose Loyola University New Orleans for your college experience. As you prepare your first semester, this page will provide you with resources, important deadlines, and tips to make your arrival a success.

Scroll down to learn about the weekly Wolf Pack Wednesday email series and explore a list of important next steps. Let's do this, Wolf Pack!

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Complete Your Online Orientation Now!

Prepare for Your Arrival in the Fall

Webinar for Parents

Parents and caretakers, please join us for a special virtual information session entitled "Helping Your Student Navigate College Life" on August 5 at 5 p.m. CDT. We will discuss the support networks and free services available to your student on Loyola’s campus.

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Access Your Loyola Accounts

Log into important online platforms.

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 

Follow this step-by-step guide to set up your accounts (we also emailed you with instructions), and contact the IT Help Desk with any technology-related questions.

Complete Your Advising Survey

Work with your advisor to get your fall schedule.

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. 

Complete Your Affordability Questionnaire

Student Financial Services is here to help.

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.

Submit Your Immunization Records

Make sure you meet Louisiana requirements.

Louisiana law requires all incoming students to submit vaccination 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

Please contact Student Health Services at 504.865.3326 with any questions.

Failure to submit the completed form before the first week of school in August will result in the cancellation of your classes.

Health Care Survey

Share your plan for accessing health care during the school year.

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 starting in May and will continue through your first semester as you get settled into college life.

2020 Email Schedule and Archive

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 13

Your first introduction to the newsletter and a preview of what to expect each week.

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Jesuit Values: May 20 

At Loyola, we care for the whole you — your heart, mind, body, and spirit. Our Jesuit values inspire us to be our best selves.

View the archived email >>>

Residential Life: May 22

Get the lowdown on how to apply for housing, what to pack, and how to prepare for move-in day.

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Major Chats and Meet the Dean: May 27

You're invited to join special virtual opportunities to explore your major and meet the dean of your college. 

View the archived email >>>

Orientation and Wolf Pack Welcome: June 3

Get all the details about Virtual Orientation and Wolf Pack Welcome in August.

View the archived email >>>

University Traditions: June 10

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.

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Diversity and Social Justice: June 17

We don’t just talk about diversity at Loyola; find out how we live it every day. 

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Foreign Languages and Study Abroad: June 24

Broaden your worldview by mastering a new language and studying abroad. You’ll just need to take a placement test to find the right course.

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Student Financial Services: July 1

We’ll share how to view and pay your e-bill. Get a jumpstart by exploring our easy payment options.

View the archived email >>>

Student Success Center: July 8

We all learn in different ways. Our Student Success Center will help you find the tools and resources that work best for you. 

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Student Health and Counseling Services: July 15

Health and wellness has never felt more vital to our community. We’re here to keep you feeling your best. 

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Loyola Dining Services: July 22

Find out how you can spend your Wolfbucks on dining options available on campus and via delivery! 

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Wolf Pack Welcome: July 29

Prepare for an immersive three-day experience to bond with your fellow incoming classmates.

View the archived email >>>

Parking Services: August 5 

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 5 

The bookstore will be your go-to source to prep for your first semester. Plus, you can shop Wolf Pack apparel any time!   

Greek Life: August 12

Form lifelong friendships and become an active member of your community. Explore the benefits of joining a sorority or fraternity.

HowlConnect and University Programming Board: August 19

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.

Student Life & Ministry: September 2

We’ll share an overview of SLM and tell you how you can become involved in one of our 100+ student organizations!

Student Government Association: September 9

Meet your Student Government Association and find out who’s taking the lead to make sure your voice is heard. 

Club Sports, Recreation, and Athletics: September 16

Support your Wolf Pack athletes and learn how you can get in the game through club sports and the campus recreation center.   

Exploring NOLA: September 23

Your new home is world-renowned for its vibrant culture, traditions, and delicious food. Find out what life is like in the Big Easy

Spiritual Life on Campus: September 30

You'll have many different ways to celebrate spirituality and diverse religious perspectives on campus. 

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Meet the Dean ​​​​​​​

Thank you for joining our live virtual Meet the Dean town hall events! We shared an overview of each college, discussed academic life at Loyola, and answered questions from students and parents. We will share the recordings here as soon as they are available. 

Questions about the events or your major? Contact a representative from your college:

College of Music and Media

Laura Jayne: 504.865.3431 | ljayne@loyno.edu

College of Arts and Sciences

Sara Clark: 504.865.2998 | srclark@loyno.edu

College of Business

Melissa Ridley: 504.864.7955 | amcoto@loyno.edu

 

College of Music and Media

Hosted by Kern Maass, Carmen Balthazar, and Laura Jayne

Recorded on June 10, 6:30 p.m. CDT

College of Arts and Sciences

Hosted by Uriel Quesada and Armin Kargol 

Recorded on Monday, June 15 at 2 p.m. CDT

College of Business

Hosted by Michael Capella and Kathy Barnett

Recorded on Tuesday, June 23 at 11 a.m. CDT

Meet My Major

Thank you to all the incoming students who joined our live Zoom conversations about different majors at Loyola. If you weren't able to attend live, please choose your college below to find the recorded video of the major you're interested in. In some cases where we were unable to record the meeting, you'll find contact information to reach out directly to faculty with your questions. 

General Business 

International Business

Accounting

Business Analytics

Economics

Finance

Marketing

Management

Biological Sciences 

Concentrations: Biology; Cell & Molecular Biology; Ecology & Evolutionary Biology; Marine Biology; Pre-health Biology; and Teacher Education

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Concentrations: Chemistry; Biochemistry; Forensic Chemistry; and Teacher Education

Psychological Sciences

Concentrations: Psychology; and Pre-health Psychology

Neuroscience

Concentrations: Biology; Business; Physics; Psychology

History

Concentrations: History; History Pre-law; Teacher Education; International Studies

English 

Concentrations: Literature; Literature with Teacher Education; Writing; Writing with Teacher Education; and English, Film, & Digital Media, as well as the Certificate in Editing and Publishing

Environment 

Concentrations: Environmental Science & Biology; Teacher Education; Environment Humanities; and Environment Social Sciences

  • No video recording available
  • Contact faculty with questions about the program

Criminology and Justice

Teacher Education 

Concentrations: Biology; Chemistry; Classical Latin; English Literature; English Writing; Environment; French Language; History; Mathematics; Spanish Language; and Physics

  • No video recording available
  • Contact Glenda Hembree with questions about the program

Sociology

Political Science

Philosophy

Concentrations: Philosophy; Pre-law Philosophy

Languages and Cultures

Concentrations: Classical Studies; Classical Greek with Teacher Education; French; French with Teacher Education; Latin American Studies; Spanish; and Spanish Teacher Education

  • No video recording available
  • Contact faculty to learn more about the program

Physics

Concentrations: Biophysics; Physics; Pre-Engineering; Physics Liberal Arts; and Physics Liberal Arts with Teacher Education

Mathematics & Computer Sciences

Concentrations: Computational Math; Math; Math Liberal Arts; Math Liberal Arts with Teacher Education; Computer Information Systems with concentrations in either Management or Entrepreneurship; Computer Science; Computer Science with Game Programming; and Cybersecurity

Exploratory Studies

Uncertain about your Major? Discover your strengths & interests by taking courses in the Loyola Core and potential Majors before declaring a course of study.

University Honors Program

Pre-Health Majors 

For students in pre-health Majors, as well as those in non-pre-health Majors where the student plans to complete pre-health prerequisites.

Journalism

  • Recording not available
  • Contact Mike Giusti with questions about the program

Popular and Commercial Music 

  • Recording not available
  • Contact Kate Duncan with questions about the program

Urban and Electronic Music Production

  • Recording not available
  • Contact Kate Duncan with questions about the program

Strategic Communication

Including Advertising, Public Relations, and Visual Communication

Music Industry Studies

  • Recording not available
  • Contact Jeff Albert with questions about the program

Music

Including Music Performance, Music Industry Performance Track, Music Therapy

  • Recording not available
  • Contact Meg Frazier with questions about the program

Design and Art

  • Recording not available
  • Contact John Seefeldt with questions about the program

Film

  • Recording not available
  • Contact Robert Racine with questions about the program

Theatre

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