- Hauber Fellowships
- Study Abroad
- Julio Art Gallery
- The Study
- Endowed Chairs
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Center for Academic Support Services
What is the most important aspect of a Loyola education?
- the core curriculum, grounded in the liberal arts
- student preparation for intellectual challenges faced in any career
- the chance to embark on an international adventure, like Emily Griffin, '14
- opportunities for original research in the sciences through Loyola's Hauber Fellows Program
- classes taught by esteemed professors with endowed chairs in philosophy, theology, modern languages, or history
The Loyola experience offers something special for all students. It enables our 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students to:
- explore their passions
- discover their gifts
- develop their talents, and
- build happy and successful personal and professional lives.
The largest portion of Loyola's budget supports academic programs and initiatives, including academic departments, The Study, First-Year Programs, (including Messina, Loyola's new Living Learning Initiative) and Commencement and other ceremonies. All academic programs combine to create the complete Loyola University Maryland experience.