About

Centers + Partners

The Monroe Library is a collaborative organization, which works with its centers and partners to support student and faculty success at Loyola University New Orleans. Descriptions of the library's centers and partners are below.

Center for the Study of Catholics in the South

The Center for the Study of Catholics in the South (CSCS) is the only Catholic studies center in the nation focusing on religious life in the South. Its mission is to make Loyola's valuable resources on southern Catholicism publicly available and to preserve this collection of knowledge for future generations.

The center celebrates the Catholic and Jesuit heritage of Loyola University New Orleans, and deepens our understanding of the experience of American Catholics.

Diboll Art Gallery

The Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery and Visual Arts Center is located on the 4th floor of the Monroe Library. The Diboll Gallery occupies the entire upper floor of the library. The Diboll Gallery is free and open to the public Monday through Saturday.

For information on upcoming exhibitions and gallery hours please contact Gallery Director Karoline Schleh at gallery@loyno.edu or 861-5456, or visit the Diboll Gallery website.

Information Technology

Information Technology provides on-campus computer systems assistance and technical support to students, faculty, and staff, through the support units of client services, computer services, distributed systems, telecommunications, and information management.

Student Success Center

Located on the second floor of the Monroe Library, the Pan-American Life Student Success Center helps students meet their individual academic and personal goals. It offers support through several units, including academic advising, accessible education, coaching & success, and writing & learning services.