Our Locations Meet Students Where They Are

Whether you are on our main campus, online, or in Rome, we have created a learning environment that will encourage you to learn and ask the critical questions about how to apply new knowledge to create a better and more just society. We’re outfitted with today’s technologies, expert faculty and staff, and the belief that you can truly make an impact on the world. So, where will you start?

Romeoville Main Campus

A picturesque suburban campus on more than 400 acres, our main campus is located just 35 miles southwest of the world-class city of Chicago, providing social, cultural and career opportunities for you to take full advantage of. You’ll be surprised to learn that we have our own airport right on campus. There’s no better place to meet friends and take off from.

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Oak Brook

In Oak Brook Lewis offers evening, adult and graduate degree coursework as well as continuing education. Oak Brook features 15 classrooms for all student majors, state-of-the-art nursing simulation labs and 15 “outpatient” offices, a student lounge, conference rooms, computer labs, and more.

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The Lewis spirit also resides on the east side of New Mexico’s largest city. Our Albuquerque campus offers a selection of our most popular programs: SA国际传媒 Administration, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, and more.

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Lewis Online

Complete a college degree, enroll in graduate coursework, or advance your knowledge with online courses at Lewis. Lewis offers a number of fully online programs as well as mixed online and face-to-face formats.

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Rome Away From Home

Take your studies to Rome in a one-of-a-kind program. The Lewis University Rome Program at LUCE brings students from Lasallian colleges and universities around the world to study with each other while living at the Lasallian Universities Center for Education (LUCE) in the Generalate, the motherhouse of the De La Salle Christian Brothers in Rome, Italy.

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