Loyola's graduate program in Liberal Studies seeks students with a broad spectrum of interests and experience who desire to further their education by engaging in an intellectual dialogue with professors from a wide variety of fields who are first and foremost passionate about what they teach. The Program seeks to offer both breadth and depth in courses linked to each other by the liberal-arts tradition of intellectual rigor and eloquence of expression which is the hallmark of a Jesuit education.
This site is devoted to the needs of current students, but prospective students and other interested parties are invited to peruse the many links to develop a feeling for the depth, breadth, and vitality of the Program. Current students will find information on student services, including registration and financial aid, current and future course offerings, as well as news of their fellow students and alumni of the Program.
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Liberal Studies alumni and prospective students are invited to Loyola's North Baltimore Evergreen campus on Sunday, May 4 for a special program event. Current program students will be presenting their capstone elective projects, which will be followed by a reception in the Hug Lounge. Prospective students are invited to attend an information session prior to the capstone presentations and are also invited to remain for the following reception. This is a valuable opportunity to connect with the program and learn more. Registration for the capstone event is required and available at the Liberal Studies information session page.