Loyola University Police Department
Loyola University New Orleans’s Public Safety Department is a service-oriented organization that aims to provide a safe environment conducive to learning, living and working. Public Safety’s offices are located on the Main campus in Biever Hall and on the Broadway campus in Founders Hall.
Public Safety focuses its efforts on the safety of Loyola’s students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Public Safety personnel are highly trained, proud professionals dedicated to serving the Loyola Community. Our officers are vigilant in keeping our students, faculty, and staff safe on campus.
Public Safety’s presence on campus is highly visible. University police officers are radio dispatched and can respond almost immediately.
How to Report an Emergency On-Campus
It is the policy of Loyola University that all emergencies or crimes in progress, suspicious circumstances, or conditions that pose a threat to the safety or security of community members or guests of the university while on campus should be reported immediately to University Police. This can be done by calling 504-865-3434, in person at University Police offices, or directly to an officer in the field. There are also several "blue light" emergency telephones on campus that have a direct connection to LUPD. Calling 911 is always an option, however, those calls go to the New Orleans Police Department first.
Loyola University New Orleans
6363 St. Charles Avenue
Campus Box 178
New Orleans, LA 70118-6143
Office Phone: (504) 865-3434
Fax: (504) 865-3454
Biever Hall, First Floor
After-Hours Counseling Services
Facing life's challenges is easier said than done. Loyola is here to help any time, any day. A professional counselor and a Residential Life Area Director are available to respond to after-hours emergencies 24/7 and can be contacted via LUPD at (504) 865-3434.