Summer at Loyola: Our New & Improved Program
We asked. You shared. We listened.
Last summer we asked how we could improve your visit experience. So, we created a NEW program to give you more access to current students, more time touring campus, and an inside perspective on the admission process.
Every weekday, Monday through Friday, June through August
10 a.m. to 12 p.m. or 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Register for a visit
Having trouble using our online registration system? Here are a few helpful tips to get you started!
Program at a Glance:
Admission counselor presentation
- Student panel: Q&A period
- Insider tips on the admission process
- The Jesuit educational approach
- Academic and social activities
- Choosing a major and the academic advising system
- On-campus housing and facility overview
You and your family may take a guided campus tour led by a Loyola student, or you may look around on your own using a campus map and a walking tour guide that you may print or obtain from admission. The guided tour takes around an hour and will follow the group information session and the interview.
Usually, the interview for senior and transfer students lasts about 10 or 20 minutes. We regard the interview, which is not a required part of the application process, as an exchange of information. We do not evaluate a student's "performance" in an interview—so relax! You will be given the opportunity to ask your questions in a one-on-one setting with an admission counselor, and the counselor will ask you about your academic background and your educational plans. The counselor will explain Loyola's guidelines and, if you have applied, offer advice about how to strengthen your application before it goes to final review. If you have not applied, you may bring an unofficial copy of your transcript for discussion in the interview.
Scheduling an Interview
Reservations are required and may be made when signing up for one of our general information programs. We take reservations on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you would like to schedule an interview and all appointments on the date that you select have been filled, you may still visit Loyola on that date by reserving a place for the general information program and/or campus tour. Alternatively, you may choose another date which has interview openings.
Directions and Parking
GPS address: 4501 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210
Parking will be available for visitors on Jenkins parking lot.
Directions to Jenkins parking lot:
The most convenient and accessible route to campus is I-695 (the Baltimore Beltway). Proceed to exit 25 (Charles Street) and go south on Charles Street approximately five miles. The University’s main entrance is on North Charles Street, immediately before Loyola's pedestrian bridge. Make a left onto Ennis Parallel, a right onto Millbrook Road, a right onto Cold Spring Lane, and then a quick right onto Bunn Drive (Jenkins parking lot).