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Undergraduate Bulletin 1999-2001


DEAN: John F. Sears
OFFICE: 416 Marquette Hall
ADMINISTRATION: Cynthia D. Caire, Donna H. Bourgeois

Loyola's Summer Session offers students a chance to acquire additional course work in a variety of time schedules. Two five-week sessions along with one six-week session, one seven-week session, and two eight-week sessions are available. The courses offered are, in most instances, standard offerings which usually transfer to other colleges and universities. It is always advisable, however, for the guest student to check with his or her home institution about transferring course work.

Our summer programs offer study in numerous areas: undergraduate and graduate studies in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Music, and City College as well as first professional studies in the School of Law. Travel programs and special programs are also available.

Loyola's Summer Session allows students the opportunity to complete an intended area of study in a shorter period of time. Students pursuing degrees at Loyola are encouraged to advance their progress toward degree completion by attending Loyola's Summer Session. The summer schedule containing course information and their times is published in March. Contact the registrar's office for a copy.


All Loyola students, any student in good standing at another university, and all entering freshmen are eligible to attend the summer sessions. Undergraduate students not currently enrolled at Loyola should write to the director of admissions for applications and information. Students who are interested in law courses should write to the director of admissions of the School of Law.


All the general rules of the university apply, as described in this bulletin, with the following exception: a student may schedule no more than six hours a session (or seven, if one course is a laboratory science course) without the written permission of his or her dean, and only then if the student has a cumulative average of 3.0 or better. Loyola students desiring to attend summer sessions elsewhere must have prior, written permission from their dean if they want such credits to apply toward a Loyola degree. Students are hereby cautioned that deans will only grant permission to take courses elsewhere when the student can demonstrate compelling reasons to do so.


Campus housing is available during the summer. For further information, refer to the chapter titled Student Life.

1999-2001 Undergraduate Bulletin

Posted online on August 29, 2001