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Campus Growth

If you haven't been to campus lately you'll be amazed at the transformation that has taken place over the last few years.  In recent years, we’ve invested more than $260 million in campus improvements, either completed or under way. Watch our campus growth video and see for yourself!

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 dozen years, 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 
  • Edward R. Leahy Jr. Hall, which houses the departments of physical therapy, occupational therapy and exercise science
  • The Rev. Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., Athletics Campus, the new 11-acre home for the University’s soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, baseball and softball Division III NCAA teams
We haven’t even mentioned all the renovations we’ve completed – more than 50 projects since 1984 – or the Dionne Campus Green, a football field-sized green space that serves as a spectacular campus gateway to the DeNaples Center.