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Alum Walt Wilk: Encouragement Key To Degree

This year marks the centennial year for adult education at Loyola and we are celebrating the anniversary by gathering stories of our alumni who want to share their Loyola experience, and how it has transformed their lives. SCPS changed its name a number of times but it has consistently served adult students.

The following bio came [...]

New Associate Dean at SCPS: Jeanne Widen, PhD

We are very proud to announce that Jeanne Widen is the new Associate Dean at SCPS. After an exhaustive search, the best candidate was hidden in plain sight! Jeanne was first hired with SCPS as Director of Online Learning in Fall, 2012. In that role, she established a strong online curriculum and  this is proven [...]

Alum Joseph Arns: Extraordinary Vet, Businessman and Family Man

Joseph Arns pictured with his wife and seven children on the day of his graduation in 1958, in a photo from the New World Newspaper. The photo in the background is a picture of the graduates on Loyola’s campus. A total of 750 graduated that day.

This year marks the centennial year for adult education at [...]

Alum Nora Scannell’s Impressive Career as a Police Woman

This year marks the centennial year for adult education at Loyola and we are celebrating the anniversary by gathering stories of our alumni who want to share their Loyola experience, and how it has transformed their lives. SCPS changed its name a number of times but it has consistently served adult students.

The following bio [...]

Your First Course for Free!

Starting in Spring 2014, SCPS is offering you a full scholarship to complete your first three credit course with us. The 8-week course, CPST 200: Introduction to Degree Completion, taken in your first semester at Loyola is designed to set you up for success.

With this course, you will get a good understanding of what it takes to be a [...]

Join SCPS In The Season of Giving

Loyola Gives is the annual University holiday giving program. In conjunction with Catholic Charities sponsor a family program, SCPS is joining Loyola departments in collecting disposable diapers and toys for families in need. Pope Francis has brought attention to the poor and implores us to do something. We have the chance to do something right here in Chicago where [...]

History of Chicago Architecture

Learn about the Architecture of Chicago with one of Continuum’s popular instructors: Rolf Achilles. He will be teaching two courses on architecture this fall:

Chicago’s Architectural Style starts September 21
 Mies van der Rohe: Chicago and Beyond starts October 19

Reviews from previous students show Achilles has full command of the subject and a great teaching style:

 “The instructor [...]

Photographing Across Cultural Borders

Join the class and snap your way through two of the most photographic neighborhoods in Chicago: Chinatown and Devon, while capturing the unique culture of each. Instructor Gina Grillo also takes the class to galleries and students will learn how to explore multiple dimensions of cultures through photography. Reviews from previous students show why this course is so popular:

“Instructor had [...]

Beer, Ale, and Bitters: Savoring the Difference

Sign up for Beer, Ale, and Bitters: Savoring the Difference, a non-credit course offered through Continuum on Tuesdays, November 12-19, from 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Located in the upstairs of the north-side Hopleaf, a well-known Andersonville tavern, this class is taught by Michael Roper, who lectures by weaving stories around the history of beer. It is as much [...]

China – Panda or Dragon?

The following article is an introduction to The Real China Challenge: Discussions on Modern China, a non-credit Continuum course taught by John L. Rogers. The course is held at Water Tower Campus on Thursdays from September 26 to October 17. Register here for this timely course.

China – Panda or Dragon?

 By John L. Rogers

 For many countries, national identity is symbolized [...]