Going Green

- by Christianna McCausland

Loyola has long been known for its high academic standards. But the College is equally concerned with ensuring that its students continue to learn well outside the classroom. Loyola’s Jesuit educational philosophy insists that the College create an environment that shapes leaders and thinkers for the next generation, not only through its curricula, but through events, services and the example set by College leadership. An enduring commitment to social justice has led to enumerable programs that engage students and make them keenly aware of issues facing their local and global communities. Now, Loyola is turning its attention to what is rapidly becoming a primary frontier of social change: the environment.

Read the full article from the Spring 2008 edition of Loyola Magazine

Loyola University Maryland’s Paperless Initiative


The paperless initiative began with the creation of the Paperless University Project.  However since this project’s inception, the concept of paperless has expanded greatly throughout the university.  With increased awareness of environmental concerns and technlogical advances, employees have explored and implemented their own ideas to support the initative.  Technology services has been on the forefront of offering and supporting the latest tools.  Department projects to aid in paper reduction, and more importantly in improving efficiencies, are implemented with Technology Services as a partner.