Loyola is working to make the campus a little more diverse each year. As of now, however, the campus is not very diverse. Most Loyola students come from a family comfortably seated in the upper-middle class or higher. A large percentage of the student body is Catholic, but all religions are accepted on campus, and students of other religions feel welcomed here. Although church attendance is encouraged and popular, it is by no means required, and many students either practice different religions or have no religious affiliation at all.
As far as political views go, there is not a lot of political distinction at Loyola. Politics is not incredibly popular among the students, and all political views are accepted. All sexual orientations are accepted on campus, as well. Spectrum, a group on campus that welcomes those of different sexual orientations, provides a safety base and a place to feel supported for their differences. Overall, Loyola prides itself on its values and sense of community and acceptance to all students, no matter their family background, heritage, political views, religion, or sexual orientation. The students at this school live out these values and are very accepting of each other. Most anyone can easily fit in here.