We, Jesuits, who run the educational institutions in the Loyola campus, belong to a largest international Catholic men's Religious Congregation, called the Society of Jesus, founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola. We serve as educators with the aim of forming men and women for others. We believe that education should make individuals feel responsible for their society and be committed to making this world a better place for everyone especially the poor and the oppressed. Loyola institutions have been always ranked high by reputed national magazines and dailies, and true to the Jesuit tradition, they earnestly continue to strive and mould students as creative, confident, competent and compassionate individuals.
As part of its ongoing mission, Loyola College Society (LCS) started a Women's Hostel in the College premises in June 2011. Loyola Women's Hostel (LWH) offers facilities to girl-students of the various educational units within Loyola campus, namely: Loyola College (LC), Loyola Institute of Business Administration (LIBA), Loyola College of Education (LCE) and Loyola Icam College of Engineering and Technology (LICET).