At Loyola, you'll gain the experiences you need for success after graduation. Chances are, you'll be one of the 7 out of 10 Loyola students who participate in a practicum, internship, or field experience prior to graduation. Many students even participate in more than one internship during their time at Loyola, broadening their experiences and establishing valuable networking connections.
Companies often actively seek Loyola graduates, with more than 175 companies sending representatives to campus for employment interviews with graduating students. Plus, more than 100 companies participate in the Career Fair each spring.
Within nine months of graduation, more than 95 percent of Loyola students have a job and/or are attending graduate school. More than 75 percent of Loyola's pre-law and pre-med students are accepted into professional schools.
Loyola's alumni span the globe and include such famous people as U.S. astronaut Colonel Timothy "T.J." Creamer, Mark Bowden, author of Black Hawk Down, and author Tom Clancy, well-known for his espionage stories such as The Hunt for Red October and The Sum of All Fears. Clancy is also part owner of the Baltimore Orioles.
The Career Center at Loyola offers a variety of resources for students to use during their four years at Loyola as well as after they graduate. Students can meet with counselors in advising sessions to discuss career options, the choice of major, and employment and graduate school opportunities. Many workshops are offered throughout the year including resume writing, interviewing, and applying to graduate and professional schools. These resources and opportunities at Loyola have proven invaluable for Loyola students.