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Students discuss Plato’s classic dialogue Gorgias. Philosophy is just one component of Loyola’s core curriculum, through which students are exposed to critical knowledge in a wide variety of academic subjects. Photo by Chris Singlemann, ’16. Close

A Jesuit, Catholic institution anchored in Baltimore, Loyola University Maryland is steeped in nearly 165 years of academic excellence, tradition, and a commitment to the liberal arts education that prepares students to explore and discover fundamental truths about the world and their place in it.

20 Average Class Size
#3 Ranked in the North region by U.S. News & World Report
45+ Graduate Programs
95% of graduates are employed or attending graduate school
1852 founded by the Society of Jesus
18 NCAA Patriot League Division I Varsity Teams
Top 6% Mid-career salary earning potential of graduates
4,104 undergraduate students
82% of undergraduates receive some form of financial assistance
Top 12% in the Nation for Return on Investment
81 wooded acres in Beautiful Baltimore, Md.
64% of students have an international experience before they graduate
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