We’re so excited for those who have chosen to living on campus! If you haven’t already done so, please be sure to log into your Residence account and complete your Housing Application. You can choose your meal plan right on your application. If you have questions, or are experiencing any difficulties, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Be on the lookout for an email with housing application and unique housing login instructions. If you have not received your housing application, please email email@example.com.
Loras’ residence halls provide an environment of opportunities where students value active learning, reflective thinking, ethical decision making and can be responsible contributors to our community. It’s a place where you meet many people, different from yourself. It is where lifelong friendships are made. Typically, first year students reside in Traditional Residence Halls. Students can live in Alternative Housing when the required number of credits have been earned.
Housing assignments will be sent out by June 30th, so please watch your emails for more information!
Wondering what you should bring to make your room feel more like home? Please see our Suggested Packing List which includes refrigerator and microwave requirements!
An AC (Area Coordinator) manages the hall with the help of the student staff. The AC is responsible for advising, counseling, handling conduct issues and providing an environment that will help residents grow academically and personally. An RA (Resident Advisor) is a student staff member. There is usually one RA per floor, and they are responsible for developing community. They assist the AC with programming encourage involvement, deal with conduct issues, assist with community standards and are a great resource for students.
Mid-June make sure to check your email for housing assignment and roommate information. If you have questions regarding your housing assignment please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’d like to rent a bedloft or a microfridge, you can do so at bedloft.com after you receive your housing assignment. Additional information can be found on www.bedloft.com. *Please note: All lofts must be ordered through www.bedloft.com.*
DIMENSIONS FOR LOFT BEDS
Loft Outside Measurements
Loft Inside Measurements
Loft Shelf Dimensions
Please Note: The dimensions below are approximate as the actual size of each room can vary.
14 ½ ‘X 10 ½’
17’ X 23’
Beckman Hall Suite (1st Room)
17’ X 16’
Beckman Hall Suite (2nd Room)
17’ X 10’
Binz Hall Double
20 ½’ X 8’
9 ½’ X 17 ½’
8 ½’ X 12’
Visit loras.edu/housing for more information on housing or feel free to contact us with your specific questions.
Campus Safety and Security is located at 530 Alumni Campus Center (ACC). Office Hours: 8am to 4:30pm. 563-588-7114 Security@Loras.edu
Visit us on the “Life@Loras” app
- For 24 Hour Safety /Security Services Call the Information Desk (563) 588-7100 or dial 0 from any Campus Phone. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911.
- Room Lockouts Call (563) 588-7100 or 0 from a Campus Phone. The 1st is a no-charge, the 2nd is a $10.00 fee, the 3rd is a $20.00 fee and a $30.00 fee for each additional lockout.
- Police non-emergency number is (563)589-4415
- Loras Counseling Center (563) 588-7085 or (563) 588-7024
- Loras Health Center (563) 588-7142
- Residence Life (563) 588-7137
- Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Coordinator Nancy Fett (563) 588-7029
- Suicide 24 hour help line (855) 800-1239 or http://iowahelpline.org/
- Iowa Sexual Assault 24 hour help line (888) 557-0310
- YMCA Domestic Violence Program (563) 556-1100
- Mercy Medical Center (563) 589-8000
- Unity Point Health Center (563) 582-1881
- The Jule, a free Bus service for Loras students for schedules and routes. http://www.cityofdubuque.org/274/Transit
To report a safety concern, suspicious incident, crime, or physical, emotional and/or academic well-being of a fellow Duhawk, please submit a report and the appropriate staff will reach out to that student.
“Safe Walks” a free 24 hour Escort service for Students, Faculty and Staff. Just phone the information desk at (563) 588-7100 or 0 from a campus phone to have a Safety Officer dispatched and walk you safely to your destination.
Parking Permits: All full-time students – Autos $ 120 .00 per year / Motorcycles – $120.00 per year. Long Term / Commuter Parking – $60.00 (Keane Lower Lot). Part-time non-resident students (less than 12 credits) – $60.00 per year. Temp Pass – $5.00 per week.
Student Identification Cards: A student ID is issued to all first year students at no cost. The replacement cost for a lost or stolen card is $10.00 which is billable to their student account. These cards can be used as a valid photo ID. Campus uses include bookstore, C-store purchases, library check-out, meal plans, Einstein Bagel Shop and Athletic Wellness Center.
Access Fobs: An access fob is issued to all residential students at no cost. The replacement cost for a lost or stolen fob is $15.00 which is billable to their student account. These fobs are used to access residential housing or in “special access” situations.
Federal regulations dictate that all campus crime and fire statistics be available to the general public. Campus Safety compiles these statistics by calendar year and posts them to the government website for Clery reporting as well as on the Loras website at loras.edu/clery.
Maps & Directions: Visit https://www.loras.edu/about/maps-and-directions for printable and on screen maps.
We are looking forward to your arrival on campus! Go Duhawks!