Who am I? Who do I want to become? Who are my friends?
What do I want to major in? Should I study abroad? What should I do with my life?
These are just a few of the questions you may struggle to answer during your sophomore year. As a sophomore, you're no longer new to college, and you now have before you several significant life decisions. As such, sophomore year is an ideal time to learn more about Ignatian discernment—a process of making choices through prayer, reflection, and consultation with others.
Loyola’s office of student engagement recognizes the critical decisions and experiences that shape sophomore year, and connects students with a broad array of programs to challenge, mentor, and guide students as they define their life’s purpose, develop new relationships, broaden their minds, and develop stronger connections to the University community.
Check out the tabs above to find out more information to help you make the most of your sophomore year.
And if you have not done so already, be sure to take a quick 5-question Sophomore Interest Survey here.
Check Out Some of Our Programs Below:
Around the World
Be Engaged: Workshops