Accommodations

loyola.jpgOriginally built as a residence for the Jesuits, Loyola Hall was constructed in 1963 and dedicated in the honor of St. Ignatius Loyola on Sept. 11, 1965. Now, this residence hall is home to more than 300 upperclassmen, the Health Center and a new fitness studio. Located between St. Joseph Chapel and Millard Art Center.

In Loyola, there is a study room on each floor, a community kitchen, wireless Internet access, vending machines, a coin operated laundry facility, and a social room, which can be used for impromptu meetings, social gatherings, and programs.

Every room in Loyola has a private bathroom, and offers a variety of living arrangements to accommodate doubles, triples, and four- and five-person suites. In each room you will find one desk, desk chair, desk lamp, dresser, and bed per occupant. Most two-person rooms are approximately 10' x 20' and are fully carpeted. Every room has a window and fire-retardant drapes.

The exercise machines in Loyola Fitness Studio - including nine treadmills, five elliptical machines, five stationary bikes, and two adaptive motion trainers - all have large, 12-inch interactive screens, with cable and entertainment access for iPods and MP3 players. The five stationary bicycles include one recumbent bike and two interactive bikes which users can experience different "terrains" and "race" with each other. The facility also features a 17-piece Nautilus system and an area for stretching.