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Facilities and Grounds

A Library for a New Century

Dean of Libraries Michael P. Olson, Ph.D., discusses the Monroe Library’s role for Loyola’s second century.

Ask Iggy Summer 2012

We answer your questions about the university's past, present, and future.

Chronicling Faith and History

Dr. Bernie Cook, author of Founded on Faith: A History of Loyola University New Orleans, has created a lasting treasure for alumni who have gone before and who are yet to come.

A New Resource for a New Age

More than just bricks and mortar, the new College of Law Broadway Building is helping the college achieve its initiatives for experiential legal education.

Ask Iggy Spring 2012

We answer your questions about the university's past, present, and future.

The Changing Face of Loyola: Campus Renovations Poise University for Second Century

Read how several recent campus renovations are setting the stage for the university's second century.


Modern Slavery Research Project Calls Loyola Home

A team of professors and students is actively collaborating on citywide efforts to combat human trafficking in New Orleans.

From the Den

Campus The Loyola online graduate nursing program was ranked among the top 10 programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report’s “2013 Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs” for the second consecutive year. U.S. News scored the program as third among top online nursing schools in the area of student engagement specifically, recognizing its outstanding student satisfaction, teacher responsiveness, graduation, and retention success. Overall, the School of Nursing ranked sixth among the more than 100 schools responding to the U.S. News data surveys.

A Force in Education Reform

Fanny Edith Winn Distinguished Professor of Law Robert Garda provides guidelines for reforming New Orleans’ tumultuous school system.