The Loyola community of faculty, staff, and administrators includes both religious and lay women and men and counts among its numbers representatives of the world's wide variety of religious, racial, and cultural groups. While our creeds and beliefs sometimes differ, we are all collaborators in an important endeavor, striving together to realize the Ignatian vision of education at Loyola. Individually and collectively we are called to serve others with care and concern for the whole person that is at the heart of Jesuit education. In so doing, we will make Loyola an institution worthy of our efforts and deserving of our pride.
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Loyola University Maryland does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, marital status, or sexual orientation, in the administration of any of its educational programs and activities or with respect to admission or employment. All applicants for employment with the University are treated courteously and given fair and equitable consideration for employment in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.