LOYNO Master Plan: Dining Services
Subject line: Food to Fuel Your Thoughts
Sent: June 21, 2023
The Loyola dining experience is about more than just great food. It's a community experience centered on culinary expertise, fresh ingredients, healthy options, and a shared sense of environmental and social responsibility.
What’s Cookin’ on Campus
While you’re busy learning on campus, you can take advantage of the great food options available to students. We also offer mobile ordering to-go options that will be available on Sodexo's Everyday app.
- Loyola's Orleans Room (aka "The O.R.")
- Smoothie King
- Wild Blue Sushi
- Bird n' Brine
- The Market
- The Market at BAC (located on the Broadway campus)
Dining Around Town
One of the best perks of being a Loyola graduate student is enjoying the nearby restaurants and shops in the Uptown area! Check out Freret Street or Oak Street for tons of unique and delicious dining options. We also have a restaurant guide on our website.
Our campus dining dietitian is available to all students for complimentary consultations to help you find healthy food options to fit your diet. Contact Kelsey Rosenbaum, MS, RD, LDN at email@example.com to schedule your consultation.
- Food allergies, celiac disease, diabetes, or other special dietary needs
- Eating healthy on campus
- Vegan and vegetarian nutrition
- Weight management
Food insecurity among college students is becoming a national social justice issue on college campuses. To ensure that our community has equal access to the food that they need to be healthy and productive, Iggy’s Cupboard provides students access to non-perishable food, hygiene items, and other essential items.
Use SNAP at the C-Store
SNAP is a federal program that provides monthly benefits that help eligible low-income households buy the food they need for good health. Students who have a $0 EFC or who are eligible for Federal Work Study and meet all other standard eligibility criteria are now eligible for SNAP. SNAP can be used on campus at the C-Store. If you need assistance applying for SNAP, call the University Counseling Center at 504-865-3835.