Welcome to the Ignatian Residential College
Sophomore year is a time when you begin to think about your future life generally and your academic majors specifically. Your are considering study abroad options, forging friendships, and beginning to question your own thinking processes as they become more critical and increasingly sophisticated.
There are bigger questions that arise for you in sophomore year: not so much what to do in life - a career, job, profession - but about who you are: the deeper meaning of how you uniquely fit into the world, society, community, indeed, questions about the purpose for your life that is part of the purpose of God.
Who am I?
Whose am I?
Who am I called to be?
To help you begin to answer these questions, the University has instituted a sophomore year experience for selected students, the Ignatian Residential College. Features include:
- Loyola Hall, a dedicated residential hall of the College
- Academic core courses, taught in Loyola Hall
- Service opportunities off campus
- Lectures, cultural events, field trips, dinners
- Faculty residents
- Small reflection groups