Student Life at Stritch provides a vibrant array of programming, co-curricular activities and support services delivered in an inclusive community.  Our Medical Student Union (MSU) leads the way working closely with Student Life to plan and execute activities and traditions such as St. Luke’s festivities, Powder Puff, and Friendsgiving.  Among the MSU groups you will find engaged student leaders across many identities, interests, and affinities.  The Student Wellness Advisory Group (SWAG) also operates under Student Life.  SWAG provides leadership for comprehensive wellness programing at Stritch that includes monthly speakers, monthly group meetings, wellness incentives, SWAG Fairy, SWAGfest and much more.  In our tradition of caring for the whole person, SWAG is at the forefront of helping students develop skills and awareness for self-care, balance, fitness, and stress management. 

Our goal is to provide resources and avenues for students to thrive at Stritch.  From conference planning, special events, and student group events to guest speakers, community partnerships and service learning, Student Life is there to facilitate success every step of the way.  We look forward to thriving and working with you!

For more information regarding MSU or SWAG, please click on the following links:

Loyola Medical Student Union

Student Health & Wellness

 

Activity and Event Planning Links

Program Request Form

Room Scheduler

W-9

Blank Atrium Grid

Campus Alcohol Policy

SSOM Program Planning A-Z

 

HSD CARE Referral Information

As a Jesuit institution with a social justice mission, Stritch is a community that puts students first.  The HSD Coordinated Assistance & Resource Education (CARE) referral is an around-the-clock resource for students to refer someone about whom they may have a concern. Students may enter a referral regarding wellness, academic or social concerns.  Once a referral is submitted the Student Affairs team will follow up to connect the student of concern with the appropriate campus resources or simply check-in to offer guidance and support.  All HSD CARE referrals are confidential.  Reporters may choose to remain anonymous.  If you have any questions regarding HSD CARE referral, please feel free to contact Viviana Martinez, Assistant Director for Student Affairs at vimartinez@luc.edu.

HSD CARE Referral