Make the most of your summer
Short and sweet: enrolling in Loyola’s Summer Session means you’ll complete your degree program faster. It’s worth keeping an eye on the session schedule to see if you can fit some classes in during your break.
The summer schedule containing course information and times is published online in November through the university's Loyola Online Records Access (LORA) system.
Explore the Big Easy
Nothing’s better than summertime in New Orleans. Riding the streetcar down St. Charles on lazy Sundays, long walks through Audubon Park, snow-balls to take the edge off the heat . . . and of course – at least a couple crawfish boils to look forward to.
If you want to see the city turn into something special, you’ll be around for Jazz Fest and Essence Fest, and if you want to see the French Quarter at it’s friendliest and weirdest, you can join the Red Dress Run. Or, if food is your thing, there are the Oyster and Creole Tomato festivals.
New Orleans is always magical. But summertime is when we come out to play, and it’s worth being around for. And whether you’re local or visiting, Loyola is the perfect hub for your summer adventures.
So when do you want to make the most of your summer?
We offer undergraduate and graduate sessions in each of our colleges (Business, Arts and Sciences, Music and Fine Arts, and Law). We also offer travel programs and special programs.
The available courses are generally standard offerings that transfer to other colleges and universities. Visiting student should check with his or her home institution about transferring course work.
Every summer, the following online and on campus sessions are available in both day and night timeslots:
- Two five-week sessions
- Two six-week sessions
- One seven-week session
- One eight-week session
- One ten-week session
Remember to check the university's Loyola Online Records Access (LORA) system in November for the summer schedule containing course information and times.
Melissa Lightell, Director
Jennifer Brackett, Program & Student Services Coordinator