Chicago Campus

Overview

Welcome to Lewis University's Chicago Campus at De La Salle Institute, located in the historic Bronzeville neighborhood on the Near South side of Chicago. With schedules and curricula designed primarily for working adult students, the Chicago Campus provides evening classes in a convenient location and professional setting, with free parking.  Both graduate and undergraduate programs are offered in the field of criminal/social justice, through the Department of Justice, Law and Public Safety Studies.  Additionally, the College of Nursing and Health Professions offers a RN to B.S.N. in Nursing program designed for the working registered professional nurse.

The Chicago Campus at the De La Salle Institute is conveniently located on the corner of 35th Street and Michigan Avenue, just east of the Dan Ryan Expressway and US Cellular Field. Free on-site and on-street parking is available. The campus is also accessible by public transportation;  the CTA Blue and Green lines as well as 35th St/Bronzeville Metra station are all within walking distance.

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Contact Us

Have questions? Get in touch today. We'll do our best to provide you with the information you need, or set up an admission appointment to talk face-to-face.

Lewis University
Chicago Campus
3434 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60616
Phone: (312) 326-1673
Fax: (312) 326-2894
E-mail: DeLaSalleCampus@lewisu.edu

Staff Information

Jim Doane
Regional Campus Director for the Chicago Campus

Student Talk

Colleges in Chicago

"I chose Lewis University out of three different schools I was looking into because of the academic reputation and referrals I got from previous Lewis students ... Lewis also has different campus locations to help those students who need a diversity of class locations."

Sandy Brassel