Loyola Public Health Portal
Please use the following instructions to log into the Public Health Portal. If you're experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or need to report a positive test result, please view this page and email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
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.
Residential Life: What to Expect in Isolation
So you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 and now you have to isolate—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, while also protecting your fellow Wolf Pack members, faculty, employees, and the greater New Orleans community.
COVID Connections Newsletter
COVID Connections is no longer an active email newsletter. View our archive of previous newsletters below. Please keep in mind that resources and information pertaining to COVID-19 referenced in old newsletters may no longer to relevant to the current environment.
Non-Law Loyola Spring 2021 Pandemic Attendance Policy
In light of the ongoing pandemic, Loyola University New Orleans commits to an attendance policy guided by three overarching principles:
Student Health Services
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We’re here to help you find reputable resources to understand the virus, stay healthy, and prevent transmission. Together, we can help keep our community safe and informed. We are One Pack United!
CDC - Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers a comprehensive guide to care for yourself and protect your community. You’ll find best practices for daily activities, steps to take if you’re feeling sick, and the latest research and data in the U.S.
July 10, 2020: Our Commitment to Our International Students
Dear Loyola community,
More than 30 years ago, I arrived in the US as an international student. My dreams were no different than those of many like me--I wanted to be in a country that offered me an opportunity to grow, learn, and become part of something bigger than myself. I can still remember the excitement combined with a bit of trepidation as I embarked upon this journey to get to know the country that I now call home. So, this message I send on behalf of Loyola to the community and especially to our international students is personal.