Loyola University is anchored at the Lakeshore Campus in Rogers Park, the northernmost neighborhood of metropolitan Chicago. It also has a campus in downtown
Chicago on the Magnificent Mile of North Michigan Avenue, steps
away from such landmarks as the Water Tower (one of the only
structures to survive the Great Chicago Fire) and the John Hancock Center (one of the tallest buildings in the United
States).Chicago's Jesuit university also boasts a campus in Rome, Italy. Loyola
University Chicago Rome Center was established in 1962 on the site of the 1960 Summer Olympics grounds. It moved to several locations in Rome
until finally settling in Monte Mario on the Via Massimi, one of the most affluent districts of the Italian capital. The campus
offers a full academic year for Chicago-based Loyola University students wishing to study abroad.