Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Welcome to Diversity and Inclusion at Loyola University New Orleans! At the heart of Loyola’s mission as a Jesuit institution is our commitment to being a place where all students, staff, faculty, and visitors of all identities and backgrounds feel welcome and supported. We work to achieve this every day and across all areas of the institution, because that is what it means to us to be “people with and for others.”
The Office of Diversity & Inclusion leads Loyola's university-wide effort to promote understanding of and appreciation for diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our special events, training, other educational programs, and advocacy resources foster a spirit of mutual recognition and support— a community in which we all can thrive.
Come see us in Bobet 110 at any time, and please join our efforts! You belong here.
You Mean the World to Loyola ...
countries are represented
ratio of in-state to out-of-state students
of undergraduates are ethnic minorities
are the first in your families to attend college
A Safe Place to Be Heard
Unfortunately, it sometimes happens that bias, harassment, and other violations of Loyola's community standards intrude upon our efforts to promote respect, kindness, and peace. The Office of Diversity and Inclusion collaborates with other campus offices to provide community members affected by such behavior a safe, secure, and confidential avenue to be heard and supported.
Office of Diversity & Inclusion
Dr. Sybol Anderson, Chief Diversity Officer
Phone: (504) 865-2306
Bobet Hall 110 | 6363 St. Charles Avenue, Campus Box 105 | New Orleans, LA 70118
Bias Incident Reporting Form
Students, faculty, and staff, and visitors may use this form to report incidents of bias or harassment that you experience or witness. Please provide detailed information regarding the bias incident you are referring to.
Title IX Reporting Form
Use this form to report information necessary to initiate an investigation of alleged gender discrimination or harassment, sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, or retaliation pursuant to the Student Code of Conduct.