- Hauber Fellowships
- Study Abroad
- Julio Art Gallery
- The Study
- Endowed Chairs
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Center for Academic Support Services
What do you think is the most important aspect of a Loyola education? Is it the core curriculum, grounded in the liberal arts, designed to make sure all students are prepared to meet the intellectual challenges they'll face in any career? Is it the chance to embark on an international adventure, like Lily Sehn, '12? What about opportunities to engage in original research in the sciences through Loyola's Hauber Fellows program? A class led by a professor who holds one of Loyola's endowed chairs in philosophy, theology, modern languages, or history? Something entirely different?
The amazing depth and breadth of the Loyola experience offers something special for all students, and ensures that all of our 6,100 undergraduate and graduate students have a chance to explore their passions, discover their gifts, and develop the talents that will help them build happy and successful personal and professional lives. The academic programs and initiatives supported by the largest portion of Loyola's budget run the gamut from each of the academic departments to The Study to First-Year Programs to Commencement and other ceremonies. Each of these programs combines to create the complete Loyola University Maryland experience, and without any of them, this experience would be profoundly diminished.