LORAS OFFERS OVER 100 CO-CURRICULAR & INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS
With more than 80 co-curricular opportunities, including organizations relating to academic majors, national honorary and professional societies, student and residence hall government, interest groups and recreational interests, there’s something for everyone.
Loras provides a variety of opportunities for you to get involved in the Loras Community from the moment you set foot on campus! From your first year through your senior year, we have designed programs focused on providing educational and social experiences for each student. These programs will help you develop organization, problem-solving and collaboration skills along with making your Loras experience the best time of your life.
If you can’t find a student organization that interests you, we’ll help you start up your own!
LORAS PROVIDES A STIMULATING SOCIAL CALENDAR OFFERING STUDENTS A DIVERSE ARRAY OF EVENTS
From clubs and organizations to theater productions, concerts, athletic events, musical performances, intercultural programs, spiritual opportunities, there is so much for students to choose from. Loras College provides a stimulating social climate for the campus and allows students to enjoy a diverse array of programs and entertainment.
On any given night of the week, students can enjoy a number of social opportunities. From clubs and organizations to theater productions, athletic events, musical performances, intercultural programs and spiritual opportunities, there is so much for students to choose from. In addition, the College Activities Board provides a variety of entertainment including: comedians, game shows, coffeehouses and concerts every weekend.
In addition, the College Activities Board provides a variety of entertainment including: comedians, game shows, coffeehouses and concerts every weekend.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ECONOMICS MAJORS
Scholarships are available exclusively for economics minors and are awarded on an annual basis.
There are several scholarships available for economics minors and are awarded on an annual basis.
- Om Batish Scholarship in Economics
- Reverend Edmund Kurth Memorial Scholarships in Economics
- Professor Francis Noonan Scholarship in Accounting, Business, and Economics
Recipients must be of junior or senior status and carry a 3.0 GPA or better to be eligible.
LORAS COLLEGE ECONOMICS CLUB
The Loras College Economics Club is a student-run social and academic organization.
There are several meetings per semester where students participate in a variety of events: speakers, career planning and placement forums, papers presented by students and faculty.
Students have taken the initiative to seek out Student Senate funding for various projects and have participated in service projects throughout the Dubuque community: most notably, volunteering to work at the Dubuque Arboretum in the spring and fall semesters and for their Clean Up Campaigns.