The Spirit of St. Ignatius is Tenacity

The spirit of St. Ignatius is tenacity. We see this tenacity every day on our campus as our Jesuit-educated students discern their true paths and follow them fearlessly. 

The Faith in the Future campaign has already done so much immediate, tangible good. Donors have committed $85 million, including more than $32 million for scholarships. We are still working to fund the following areas of need:

The Multimedia Center and the J. Michael Early Studio
The Chapel for the Tom Benson Jesuit Center
Wolf Pack Athletics facilities
Music and fine arts programs and facilities
The University Honors Program
The Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Development
The Law Advocacy Center
Monroe Hall
The Career Services Center

For many years, it has been the dream of Loyola’s leadership and the wider community to build the university’s first-ever chapel dedicated specifically to the needs of students and the rest of the campus community--an iconic structure, and a symbol of our Catholic Jesuit mission in the center of our campus.

A generous donor has promised a $250,000 gift when Loyola receives 200 gifts at any level to the new Ignatius Chapel.  In appreciation for gifts to the Chapel, donors will receive a window cling decal with the image of St. Ignatius as portrayed in stained glass by Harold Baquet. 

For more information, or to make your contribution to the Faith in the Future campaign, please go to giving.loyno.edu/iggy. 

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