Multicultural and Interfaith Prayer & Meditation Rooms

Multicultural Room

The goal of the Multicultural Room, Casassa 404, is to foster a sense of community on campus among students, faculty and staff of all backgrounds and cultures. Members of the Law School community are encouraged to make use of the room to further their understanding and appreciation for the diversity of cultural identities here at Loyola.  The Multicultural Room is open to all and will be used to keep exploring ideas of multiculturalism, and to cultivate a community that is rich in diversity, equity and inclusivity. Please adhere to the following when using the Multicultural Room:

  • The room is available by reservation only; request reservations through ISS/Event requests
  • Student organizations, faculty and staff can use the room for general meetings or special events
  • The room is not available for study

Interfaith Prayer & Meditation Room

Loyola Law School has always embraced religious diversity on campus. In addition to the nondenominational chapel, we now have an Interfaith Prayer & Meditation Room, Casassa 405. The space was created to accommodate the spiritual needs of the Law School community, to communicate inclusivity and to foster our commitment to diversity on campus. The space is available to religiously diverse staff and students, and is also a place to meditate or reflect for those who do not identify with a particular religion. This is in addition to our Campus Ministry, which features Chaplain Fr. Bryan V. Pham, S.J., who holds mass Tuesdays at 12:10 p.m. in the Chapel of the Advocate and invites members of all faiths to attend. Please be courteous to others who are making use of the room and follow the general guidelines below:

  • The room is available on a walk-in basis; reservations are not permitted
  • Please limit your time to 30 minutes when others are waiting
  • No fire candles or incense can be used in the room
  • No eating or drinking in the room