Check the facts and you’ll see that Loyola University Maryland’s reputation for top-tier academics is well-earned. But academics aren’t the only reason your students should give Loyola serious consideration. There’s also the fact that more than 65 percent of our students study abroad and 80 percent volunteer in community service efforts. They’ll have ample opportunity to enrich their spiritual lives through retreats and regular worship. They can join one (or more) of 170-plus clubs and student organizations. They can work at Apprentice House—the only campus-based student-run publishing company in the country. The reasons are plentiful. The result is graduates who are so diversified in their experiences that they are distinctly prepared to succeed in an ever-changing world.
Have a Loyola Admission Counselor Visit Your School
Each Loyola admission counselor works with a certain part of the country, and we spend time in the fall and spring traveling to these areas to visit high schools and attend college fairs. This travel allows us to meet with prospective students, parents, and college guidance counselors to provide information about Loyola. When an admission counselor visits your high school, we value the opportunity to talk with you about Loyola and also to learn more about your school and talk about any specific candidates for admission. If you are interested in having an admission counselor visit your high school in the fall, please contact him or her.
Visit Loyola, By Yourself or With a Group of Students
We also welcome you, as a school counselor, to visit our campus. We offer information sessions and student-led tours on a daily basis, and if possible, can arrange for a meeting with the admission counselor for your area. Whether it’s your first visit to our campus, or you have visited in the past, this is a wonderful opportunity to experience Loyola first-hand and to learn what’s new on campus. The information session will cover information about academics, campus life, and admission and financial aid, while the campus tour will allow you to see a classroom, dining hall, library, residence hall, and chapel.
If you are interested in bringing a group of students to campus, please see our Group Visit Page.
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