The past decade has been spent transforming our campus to fit the transformational education we offer. We have invested nearly $204 million in campus improvements since 2008, including the upcoming center for rehabilitation education.
A Campus Built for You
Look in any direction, and you will see our reimagined campus. In fact, we have a hard time not wearing out the term “state-of-the-art” when describing our recent construction projects.
In the past decade alone, we have added:
- The Loyola Science Center, one of the most dynamic, innovative science buildings in the country
- The DeNaples Center, the hub and heart of our social life on campus
- Pilarz and Montrone Halls, home to nearly 400 upperclass students and a fitness center, convenience store and dining area
- Condron Hall, a sophomore residence hall standing seven stories high
We haven’t even mentioned all the renovations we’ve completed – 30 projects in all since 1984 – or the Dionne Campus Green, a football field-sized green space that serves as a spectacular campus gateway to the DeNaples Center.