Student Activities & Greek Affairs

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Advocate has been set up to serve the Loyola Community by creating a safe and comfortable environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and straight students, faculty, administration and staff. The organization will work to educate the Loyola community and beyond on issues pertaining to LGBTQA peoples and acts for the rights and equalities of all. Contact for more information.

Best Buddies
Best Buddies Loyola University Chicago is committed to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities through friendship. We are committed in creating a more socially just and inclusive community.

Chicagoland Coalition for Minority Advancement
Chicagoland Coalition for Minority Advancement at Loyola University Chicago aims to advocate for academic, economic, and social development of disadvantaged minorities. This will be done through educating the college populace by exposing it to a diverse array of lectures, and panel discussions. Such events will concern topics relevant to minority socio-economics and culture, as well as supporting existing community service organizations. We will also engage in political activism both on campus and around Chicago through volunteering in local political campaigns in a non-partisan manner.

Feminist Forum
Working towards equal rights for all of humankind. Contact for more information.



Amnesty International
Amnesty International is a global movement of people fighting injustice and promoting human rights. We work to protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied. Currently the world’s largest grassroots human rights organization, we investigate and expose abuses, educate and mobilize the public, and help transform societies to create a safer, more just world.

Free the Slaves
Free the Slaves Loyola is a chapter of the international organization dedicated to the true abolition of slavery. Although slavery is not legal anywhere, it is happening everywhere — even in our own backyards.

Invisible Conflicts
We recognize that the world is full of invisible conflicts ignored by mainstream media and governments. We enable the victims of these conflict to tell their stories, and we establish real and personal relationships between communities of power and privilege and those of poverty and oppression. Through the mutual exchange of values and knowledge, we find practical ways to help one another and transform communities, both at home and in conflict regions. Contact for more information.

Refugee Outreach
Loyola Refugee Outreach is a student run organization, established during the spring semester of 2009, which strives to aid refugees resettling in Chicago’s Northern neighborhoods by creating relationships between Loyola University of Chicago students and these families. We hope to not only promote strong, positive interactions with the families, but also raise awareness of the cultural transitions taking place right in our own community. Their Facebook Page is more currently updated.

UNICEF of Loyola
We are a chapter of UNICEF, an international organization that provides humanitarian aid to children in developing countries. As UNICEF of Loyola, we work to help advocate for the organization, educate others about global issues that UNICEF is involved with, and fund raise to make sure our efforts are carried out on a global level. Contact for more information.


CARE: Loyola’s Sexual Health Advocacy Group
In realizing women and men at Loyola to be moral agents and to make appropriate decisions about their life journey, CARE’s goals focus upon educating the Loyola community on issues affecting student health, particularly sexual heath. Our goal is to advocate with other student allies to campus departments to provide students with the information necessary for personal sexual health. CARE hopes to educate and engage the Loyola community in a dialogue about issues regarding sexuality, sexual assault, and sexual health.

GlobeMed is a nonprofit student-led organization that empowers our generation to make a positive impact on the health of communities locally and around the world by spreading global health awareness, reducing social injustice, and enhancing the overall quality of health care – a basic human right. Contact for more information.

Wellness Advocates
We are a team of volunteer peer health educators dedicated to helping students achieve optimal health and well-being. We raise awareness of current college health issues and promote healthy lifestyle choices among all students through creative and interactive programs, advocacy and leadership. Our efforts enhance a healthy campus culture and encourage individual responsibility for personal and community wellness.


Habitat for Humanity
Affiliated with the university’s Ministry department, Habitat for Humanity LUC works to educate the masses about the housing crisis and homelessness. Habitat for Humanity International is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization where volunteers come together to build homes for low-income families. Contact for more information.

Loyola Coalition for the Homeless
The Loyola Coalition for the Homeless is a group of students that works with the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless on education advocacy with and for the homeless on local organizing campaigns. Contact for more information.

Oxfam Loyola is a student chapter of Oxfam America which is part of an international humanitarian organization. We have the goals of “providing lasting solutions to poverty and injustice around the world.” Here at Loyola we look at and address issues such as the textile ordering policy for the university (i.e. ensuring a living wage is paid for every shirt bought), getting fair trade products on campus, and investigating the effects of globalization and free trade agreements. Contact for more information.


Student Environmental Alliance
The Student Environmental Alliance is a campus organization dedicated to protecting and sustaining our environment. We accomplish our purpose through education and action. We strive to educate ourselves and the Loyola community about the existing instability of our world. Through action, we take this new awareness and translate it into tangible actions to stop environmental destruction and create solutions for a better future.