Visit Loyola University Chicago Instantly with a "Real" Tour

Choosing whether or not an in-person visit to Loyola University Chicago makes sense can be a risky decision…what if you step on campus and immediately detest the “vibe”? All that time, money and effort getting to campus was wasted. At first it may seem difficult to gain a meaningful understanding of Loyola University Chicago without visiting the school in person. Loyola University Chicago is located in Chicago, IL , and if that’s nowhere near where you live, what options do you have? That’s why we created CampusReel – to allow you, and anyone reading this, to deeply and authentically experience the Loyola University Chicago vibe, campus and community without visiting Loyola University Chicago in person – a virtual tour of the Loyola University Chicago campus! If definitely want to visit Loyola University Chicago in person, you should, at the very least, watch the entire CampusReel for Loyola University Chicago to ensure it seems like a good match and to get the most out of your in-person visit. After you’ve done your due diligence, you may find the below guidance helpful

When is the best time to visit Loyola University Chicago?

Visiting Loyola University Chicago depends on a number of factors, including the season, your schedule, and a lot of uncontrollable variables. We recommend you visit Loyola University Chicago twice if you’re serious about enrolling – at least one visit should be when students are on campus and school is in session. Be sure to take note of the town of Chicago as well. Remember that Chicago is also catering to 10276 students, so think critically about whether the community would feel too big or too small for your personal liking.

Where do families stay when they visit Loyola University Chicago?

The Loyola University Chicago admissions office likely has a list of accommodations they recommend. In addition to that list, consult the CampusReel VR feature to explore hotels nearby in Chicago. For your convenience, below is a list of hotels to consider and that you can also preview in CampusReel VR.

  • Summit Motel at Loyola University Chicago
  • Lang House B&B Chicago at Loyola University Chicago
  • Hampton Inn Chicago North-Loyola Station at Loyola University Chicago
  • River Park Motel & Suites at Loyola University Chicago
  • Aragon Arms Hotel at Loyola University Chicago
  • Guest House Motel at Loyola University Chicago
  • Wilson Men's Hotel at Loyola University Chicago
  • Diplomat Motel at Loyola University Chicago
  • Super 8 by Wyndham Chicago IL at Loyola University Chicago
  • Emil Bach House at Loyola University Chicago
  • Heart O' Chicago at Loyola University Chicago
  • North Park Inn at Loyola University Chicago
  • House 5863- Bed and Breakfast at Loyola University Chicago
  • The Greenleaf House at Loyola University Chicago
  • Casa Monarca at Loyola University Chicago
  • Apache Motel at Loyola University Chicago
  • Northmere the Sro Hotel at Loyola University Chicago
  • Lorali Hotel at Loyola University Chicago
  • O-MI Motel at Loyola University Chicago
  • Darlington Hotel at Loyola University Chicago
  • Magnolia Studios at Loyola University Chicago
  • The Guesthouse Hotel at Loyola University Chicago
  • Rio Motel at Loyola University Chicago
  • Rodeway Inn at Loyola University Chicago
  • Holiday Inn Chicago North-Evanston at Loyola University Chicago
  • Rodeway Inn Chicago-Evanston at Loyola University Chicago

What do families do in Chicago when they visit Loyola University Chicago?

It depends but there are a variety of activities and things to do in and around Chicago. We recommend using the virtual immersion tab on CampusReel to take a tour at Loyola University Chicago and see for yourself how the student make use of Chicago.

What buildings should I look at when I visit Loyola University Chicago?

For your convenience, below is a list of all buildings that you can visit from CampusReel. We encourage you to compare you experience of the buildings on CampusReel with your in-person visit if you decide to take one.