Our Jesuit tradition teaches that education occurs in the context of total human development. Our mission is to provide each of you with the resources, support, and guidance necessary to achieve personal and professional success both while at the law school and beyond. We are available to you to address academic, personal, and professional issues you might experience during your law school career. Law school can be stressful. It can also be demanding—not just on you, the student, but also on your friends and family, partners and children. We are here to help you manage your priorities, cope with anxiety and stress, and get the most out of your time while at Loyola and in New Orleans.
Below are some of the services we provide to help ensure your well-being while in law school; we also encourage you to reach out to us directly with any concerns or issues you have regarding or impacting your law school experience.
Loyola is committed to offering classes that are inclusive in their design. To find out more about the accommodations process or if you need to discuss the accommodations for which you may be eligible, please contact the Office for Accessible Education as follows: students with A-M last names contact Samantha Pollard, firstname.lastname@example.org, 504-865-2070, and students with N-Z last names contact Dario Bayardo, email@example.com, 504-865-2108. Andrea Rodriguez directs the office, firstname.lastname@example.org, 504-865-3265. The OAE is in the Monroe Library on main campus, second floor, Pan American Life Student Success Center, suite 229. Front office: 504-865-2990, email: email@example.com; Website: http://success.loyno.edu/accessible-education
Loyola University New Orleans offers all students the resources of a full-service Counseling Center on our main campus in Room 208 of the Danna Student Center. Counseling services are also available by appointment at the Law School. The Counseling Center can be reached by phone at (504) 865-3835.
Student Health Services provides primary care treatment for and education about personal health issues for all Loyola students—residential and non-residential, full-time and part-time—who provide a complete medical history form. Treatment is confidential and free, though patients are responsible for any prescriptions, lab work, x-rays, or referred hospital services. Student Health Services is located on our main campus in the basement of the Danna Student Center. It is open during the fall and spring semesters Monday–Friday, 8:30am–4:45pm. Same Day appointments or nurse consultations are available on a first come first serve basis. It can be reached by phone at (504) 865-3326.
University Ministry at the Law School seeks to provide spiritual services to the Law School community. To do this, University Ministry offers a wide range of events and services to the faculty, students, and staff of the Law School.