Planning an event on campus? Loyola-sanctioned events and activities need to follow specific health guidelines in order to keep participants and organizers safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19 on our campus. You do not need to request Public Health approval for your event as long as you follow all of the guidelines listed below.
This dashboard displays data concerning COVID-19's impact on the Loyola community. It is updated each evening and may have up to a 24-hour lag.
So you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone who tested positive and now you have to isolate or quarantine—what are your next steps?
For students living in Loyola's residence halls, Loyola has developed a comprehensive set of protocols designed to provide holistic care and services you will need for the duration of your isolation or quarantine, while also protecting your fellow Wolf Pack members, faculty, employees, and the greater New Orleans community.
The way we live, work, and interact on campus this semester looks different than it did before the pandemic. COVID Connections is a round-up of important information to help keep everyone in our campus community healthy and safe. We send it to all current faculty, staff, and students once a month, with special editions on other days if needed. Sign up as a subscriber if you'd like to receive updates in your inbox too!
In light of the ongoing pandemic, Loyola University New Orleans commits to an attendance policy guided by three overarching principles:
This dashboard displays data concerning COVID-19's active impact on the Loyola community during the Fall 2021 semester. It is updated each evening and may have up to a 24-hour lag.