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Bayou Boogaloo features eco-friendly signage by Loyola students

Bayou-Boogaloo-signsArt and design students at Loyola University New Orleans are going green this spring as they help to create signage made from recycled materials for the annual Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo May 17-19. The signs designate areas for recycling, food vendors, stage areas and more.

The Changing Face of Loyola: Campus Renovations Poise University for Second Century

thomas-hallCreating a Greener Campus

Sustainability and creating a greener campus are important to Loyola, so several initiatives have been put into place in order to ensure that the university does its part for the planet.

Loyola building achieves LEED Silver status for its sustainability

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe Loyola University New Orleans College of Law’s Broadway Building has achieved LEED Silver Certification for its environmentally friendly characteristics, according to the U.S. Green Building Council. The Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice, along with the Career Development and Law Practice Center and the Office of Law Skills and Experiential Learning, are located in the building.

Loyola leads the charge in sustainability initiatives

laag_image_display.phpLoyola University New Orleans is not just a supporter of green energy initiatives, it is leading the pack as evidenced by its installation of two electric vehicle charging stations on campus. Loyola is one of only two universities in the state to offer free electric car charging on its campus, and the stations will be available to members of the university community.

Loyola Association of Students for Sustainability

loyola-association-of-students-for-sustainabilityGet Off the Bottle! Kicking that bottled water habit. Our first Sustainability Initiatives Competition


recycling_0At Loyola, we’re committed to playing our part in helping the planet by recycling a wide range of items including aluminum cans, bimetal (tin) cans, books, electronics, furniture, ink cartridges, cell phones, large metal, paper, plastics and batteries.