Learning + Travel

Alumni Enrichment Opportunities  

As part of the Loyola Alumni Enrichment Series: Growing in Knowledge and Deepening our Faith, the Alumni Association is pleased to promote the following programs:

Lenten Lecture Series

The Lenten Series is sponsored by the Office of Mission & Ministry and the Office of Alumni Engagement. Events will be held on Wednesday evenings of Lent at 7:00pm in Ignatius Chapel, Bobet Hall. The series is free and open to the public. See the full schedule here

Crescent City Connections 

Crescent City Connections is a new regularly scheduled program sponsored by the Center for the Study of New Orleans. It addresses the Center’s commitment to achieving the goals set forth in Transforming Loyola 2020 by leveraging the social, cultural, and intellectual resources of the city to better facilitate experiential learning for students while helping them forge meaningful connections to a diverse set of community leaders.

The schedule of events can be found here

Cultural Conversations

This spring 2018, Loyola begins its celebration of the Tricentennial with "Cultural Conversations," a new series on the city's rich history and culture. Evening sessions feature Loyola faculty and local experts on topics that range from the culinary traditions that have shaped New Orleans to the environmental issues that challenge its future. The format is designed to encourage dialogue between speakers and audience and into the community beyond. The series is free and open to the public. 

Loyola Institute for Ministry Webinars 

Loyola Institute for Ministry (LIM) offers webinars on various topics throughout the year. Webinars are open to alumni. See upcoming webinars here


Alumni Association Travel

Loyola University New Orleans Alumni Travel provides travel opportunities for our alumni and the entire Loyola community with travel guidance from Collette.

Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria
April 4-13, 2019
Journey through spectacular mountain scenery and picturesque cities as you experience the enchanting Alpine cultures of Switzerland, Austria and Bavaria. Spend four nights each in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bern and the charming Alpine city of Innsbruck. Walk the halls of the 13th-century Château de Chillon, a princely residence on the shores of Lake Geneva. Ride the legendary GoldenPass Panoramic Train from Montreux to the Alpine ski resort Gstaad. Explore Lucerne, the "Swiss Paradise on the Lake.” Visit Mozart's birthplace and the Mirabell Gardens, featured in the "Sound of Music," during your time in Salzburg. See the fairy-tale castle, Neuschwanstein. Visit Oberammergau, a picture-perfect traditional German Alpine village. Sample traditional regional cuisine, including cheese fondue, at some of the oldest and most famous restaurants in Europe.

Alaska Discovery Land & Cruise
July 30-August 11, 2019