Object Type: Collection
In Collection: Loyola University Chicago Archives
Oral histories from the John Felice Rome Center.
Presidents of Loyola University Chicago
Information Technology Services serves as a partner and leader for technology needs and initiatives to enhance learning, teaching, research, and operations for Loyola University Chicago, higher education, and technology communities.
Loyola University Chicago Alumni Relations seeks to foster lifelong connections by engaging alumni with the University and with one another in activities, programs, and services that both support the University mission and satisfy alumni needs.
The Institute of Pastoral Studies (IPS) educates adults for professional ministry, spiritual development and faith-based leadership in other professions. Through their course of study and their spiritual formation, students develop real-world knowledge and skills in theological reflection, in ministerial practice and in ethical judgment.
Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business educates responsible leaders who strengthen our global business system. We draw on the resources of our world-class location in the heart of Chicago, just off Michigan Avenue, and of our industry-leading faculty to offer a nationally ranked business education.
Founded in 1914, Loyola University Chicago's School of Social Work educates students to become leaders in the profession. Within a learning community dedicated to excellence in scholarship and service, students select a curriculum focused in clinical, organizational, community, and social justice issues.
Stritch School of Medicine
School of Law Oral Histories
Oral histories featuring the staff, faculty, and alumni of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Oral histories from staff and athletes